Windows behaviour: walk-through-windows dialog and Focus under mouse
uwe_brauer at mat.ucm.es
Mon May 16 18:50:23 BST 2005
>>>>> "Andrew" == Andrew Kar <akar3d at yahoo.com.au> writes:
Andrew> It already does work correctly. I think you are confusing
Andrew> focus and brought to front functionality; they are
Andrew> different things. A window can be focused but still be in
Andrew> the background or between 2 or 3 other windows. Alt-tab
Andrew> will bring the selected window to the front; it will not
Andrew> focus it if you have focus under mouse turned on and the
Andrew> mouse is over some other window.
thanks for your answer, I cite from the help menu:
"Note that Focus under mouse and Focus strictly under mouse prevent
certain features, such as the Alt+Tab walk-through-windows dialog,
from working properly."
So may be this entry simply is outdated.
My point is, if I chose either Focus under mouse or Focus strictly
that indeed ALT+TAB walks trough-windows however the auxiliary window,
which shows all the windows, does not pop up, as it does with click on
It seems that you tell me, this is unavoidable, do I understand that
This message is from the kde mailing list.
Account management: https://mail.kde.org/mailman/listinfo/kde.
More info: http://www.kde.org/faq.html.
More information about the kde