shortcut to new shell opened behind the first one ....
uno at webworks.se
Sat Mar 11 16:43:45 UTC 2006
Jon Nettleton wrote:
> On Fri, 2006-03-10 at 22:00 +0100, Uno Engborg wrote:
>> Alan Cox skrev:
>>> On Fri, Mar 10, 2006 at 02:52:37PM +0100, Larry tb wrote:
>>>> When using shortcut ctrl shift N, to open a new shell, the new shell is
>>>> opened BEHIND the actual one.
>>>> Is it a new fonction ?
>>>> Not very useful is it ?
>>> Its alleged to be a feature. It tries to open applications run from a shell
>>> behind the shell so that you keep having to bring them to the front. This
>>> includes new shells, programs you really wanted to appear in front of it,
>>> and so on. In theory it stops a new application from interfering with the
>>> command line you are typing, but it is intentional.
>> There should really be some way to turn this off, e.g. in gconf
> Wouldn't the ideal behavior be, if keyboard events are being captured
> then the window is being drawn to the back, else draw it in the
> foreground? This should give us a balance of security and convenience
> without having another gconf setting to turn on or off.
Yes, that sounds great!
BTW, is this "feature" a Fedora thing or is it a Gnome 2.14
problem. If so perhaps you should notify notify the Gnome bugzilla as well.
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