#3 Tint remote display when inactive

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nobody
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2013-01-04
2011-11-01
Anonymous
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Because windows within the VNC display are not affected when the VNC window becomes inactive, I am sometimes caught by surprise when I start typing and expect input to be going to the active window in the VNC display. To address this, it would be great if it would be possible to have Chicken tint the remote display whenever the VNC window becomes inactive (and of course to untint when it becomes active again).

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