Re: Fellow gtk-win32 hackers: please test this

Tor Lillqvist wrote:

Anyway, I don't know how important it actually can be not to generate
events for inactive window. I don't think there is any direct
equivalence to Win32's "active window" concept in X11, but anyway, if
you move the cursor over GTK buttons in X11 they prelight even if the
GTK app in question doesn't have focus, so it can't be that bad.

On my Windows XP system (default XP blue theme) several other apps prelight buttons and show tooltips on mouse over even if they are not active, for example Firefox, Windows Media Player, Task Manager, Calc.

Anyway, the diff is below. I would be grateful if the gtk-win32
hackers could try this out with their favourite torture test
apps... Thanks.

I did a quick smoke test using GIMP 2.2 and gtk-2-6 and saw nothing unexpected, though I don't think that qualifies as a torture test :)


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