Re: [Nautilus-list] properties window raising

Darin Adler <darin bentspoon com> writes: 
> A properties window isn't really tied to the main window it came from. It'
> s a separate window that can stand alone. If you get another property window
> for the same item again, it will just bring that window to the front. That's
> probably why "transient for" bit isn't set.
> But if there's no other way to make sure that a new window comes up in
> front, maybe we can mark even these "not really transient for any specific
> parent" windows transient for some particular window.
> What do you think, Havoc?

My understanding of the issue was the the props window didn't _stay_
on top. I would expect it to _come up_ on top, this is a WM decision

If the window isn't reasonably a transient for any other window, then
its current behavior is probably correct. You only want "keep on top
of parent" if it's going to be apparent to users that the transient is
indeed logically related to that parent.


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