Nope - Re: One more please -- on how can I get my new windows to appear in front

Oward Smyahoo hsm1th at
Thu Jun 2 14:26:32 BST 2005

The problem is that KDE windows do not have a
"None of the above" option; how can I deactivate BOTH.
 If I pick "stay on top" it ALWAYS stays on top and so
hides new ones....if I pick
"stay below" it ALWAYS stays below even if I want to
read it a few minutes later.  I want to be able to
have the window allow new windows to be visible, but
also to move to the top when I want to chose it 
with a single click or keystoke (not with a menu
sequence that must be executed from the often hidden
windowbar). Like for example all the
windows in (Argh) WinXP: you click on any part, and
the window moves to the front.  Or Solaris:  you push
the "front" key and the window comes to the front.
KDE has a complicated focus and action settings,
but I can't see how to address this simple need.

--- Tim M√ľnchen <kdelist at> wrote:

> Oward Smyahoo wrote:
> > One more question if you don't mind....
> > Now that the new window opens in the front, I
> can't
> > get the original window that is now behind (and as
> you
> > specified tagged as "Advanced - Keep Below
> Others") to
> > come forward --- unless I click on the title bar
> and
> > select "Advanced" "Keep above others". 
> > 
> > Isn't there some way to tell the obscured window
> > (maybe in the ACTIONS menu in the window) to have
> a
> > mouse click (left, midlle, whatever) raise the
> back
> > window to the front when I click or alt-click
> anywhere
> > on that back window? This seems to be a problem
> > whether or not the "focus" flows the mouse. 
> > 
> > Thanks!!
> > 
> How about you just deactivate both "stay on top" and
> "keep below" ?? Windows
> with "stay on top" stay on top, and windows with
> "keep below" keep below... what
> is there so hard to understand ;-)
> Tim
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