From: Thomas Leonard <talex5@gm...> - 2007-04-04 18:27:29
On 4/4/07, R=FCdiger Otte <best-before-2007-07-01@...> wrote:
> Hello there!
> I started using Rox for a few days now. At first I was using it with
> sawfish as wm, but when reading about the disadvantages of raise-on-click=
> I tried out OroboROX and simply liked the feature of none raising windows=
This doesn't solve the performance problem with OroboROX, but I'm sure
sawfish lets you turn off click-to-raise too (at least, it did when I
used it a few years ago).
Dr Thomas Leonard=09=09http://rox.sourceforge.net
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From: Alexander McLeay <alexander@th...> - 2007-04-04 23:20:22
On Wed, 04 Apr 2007 23:55:04 +0200, Rüdiger Otte wrote:
> Thanks for the hint, but in its current version Sawfish is definitely not
> able to just focus without also raise the window clicked. Although there
> are configuration options that pretend to tweak sawfish to such a
> behaviour, everytime when I disable the action on the first mouse button,
> windows get focused by clicking but don't receive the click event.
I’m running Sawfish from Debian etch right now, and I have raise-on-click
disabled. What you need to do is make sure you don’t have a window context
binding for Button1-click to change focus/raise windows etc. in the second
tab of the Sawfish Configurator. Then, in the focus tab, in the first
subtub, make sure the checkbox labelled “Click-to-focus mode passes the
click through to the application” is checked.
(If you’re fiddling around with reconfiguring focus and raising, you might
find changing the first pulldown on that tab to be fun too; I usually have
it on enter-exit. But I have tested it just now on “click”, and it
definitely works fine...)
From: Tony Houghton <h@re...> - 2007-04-05 11:59:39
In <cd53a0140704041127l1ab98de7vcec4a19d78cb52bd@...>, Thomas Leonard wrote:
> This doesn't solve the performance problem with OroboROX, but I'm sure
> sawfish lets you turn off click-to-raise too (at least, it did when I
> used it a few years ago).
Even Metacity has that option, but it's a "hidden" one; you have to use
something like gconf-editor.
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