rstmp at iinet.com.au
Sat Jul 23 23:37:51 CEST 2005
I would have liked/expected that since I was busy typing in the first
Terminal, the 2nd one wouldn't have stolen the focus.
Otherwise what would be the point of the option "prevent_focus_stealing=true"?
Probably I don't really understand what this option is for... or my (wrong?)
setup is not considered, that's why I have asked if someone was aware of a
test case allowing me to check it.
What I'm looking for is a configuration where the focus is given to newly
created windows (by default), unless characters are being input in something
else, so a password doesn't end up in clear.
On Sun, 24 Jul 2005 07:00, Yves-Alexis Perez wrote:
> roger wrote:
> > Sorry I made a mistake. My configuration is:
> > + Click to focus
> > + Automatically give focus to newly created windows
> > but not as I wrongly said before
> > "Automatically raise windows when they receive focus"
> Well, if you checked "Automatically give focus to newly created
> windows", what behavior would you want ?
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