Re: Desktop Keybindings don't work

Am Sonntag, den 13.04.2008, 10:08 +0200 schrieb Andrea Vettorello:
> On Sun, Apr 13, 2008 at 12:56 AM, Christopher Bratusek
> <nano-master gmx de> wrote:
> > Hmm, when I'm pressing F2 for Shift+Del to rename or delete files on my
> >  Desktop (Nautilus is the shell) that doesn't work, even when I'm using
> >  the context menu -> rename option and typing something that doesn't work
> >  The Panel has the focus when no window is open (when I'm just pressing
> >  enter on the empty desktop, the last opened window will appear). Is
> >  there a way to give the desktop the focus when no other window is
> >  opened?
> I'm using a variation of "sloppy focus" focus mode, and IIRC as
> default it should never give focus to the desktop but I've added a
> couple of rules (with "Matched Windows") to behave with Gnome: never
> focus the panel and "click" as desktop focus mode. I could be wrong
> but I've read somewhere long time ago that the focus on the panel
> should be managed differently than normal windows, for sure my
> suggestion above it's only a workaround. ^__^
> I'll give a look.

I'm using enter-exit as focus mode that works aswell.

>> and IIRC as default it should never give focus to the desktop

Hmm, I just meant that it should work when using the shell's keybindings
to alter files or so.

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