Re: want to click to focus WITHOUT raise


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On Fri, 18 Mar 2005 12:50:05 -0500, Kurt Lloyd <kplloyd lucent com> wrote:
> Hello,
> I've been using Solaris with CDE for years,
> and am switching to Linux as my primary desktop
> at work.  I installed Fedora Core 3.  I'm going
> vanilla as much as possible.  However, one aspect
> I *really* want to customize is the behavior of
> window selection/raising.  My Solaris CDE settings
> were such that if I click inside a window then that
> window would be selected WITHOUT raising the window.
> If I want the window raised then I merely click
> somewhere on the border.
> I know that with GNOME/Sawfish in the past I was
> able to do this, but this newfangled version doesn't
> seem to support this capability.  Or is there something
> I can do to some config file (.gconf/apps/metacity/general/%gconf.xml
> maybe ??) to achieve this?
> -Kurt Lloyd, kplloyd lucent com
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