Re: _NET_WM_USER_TIME reconsidered

On Tue, 2006-09-26 at 11:21 +0100, Bill Haneman wrote:
> Matthias/All:
> The whole _NET_WM_USER_TIME thing is a continuing problem for 
> accessibility, as it now stands.  In an assistive technology setting, 
> there isn't always an X event that corresponds to the "user action" 
> which results in a new window being posted or focus changing.  Since X 
> doesn't allow us to get a meaningful answer to "what's the current 
> timestamp", we have serious problems when trying to interact with 
> windows via non-X-device-based user requests.

Not sure I fully understand what you are saying here. What would be
an example for a non-X-device based user request that causes a window to
be posted or the focus to change ?


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