Re: ?

Rob Hoyle (robho@ebicom.net)
Sat, 8 Aug 1998 15:22:25 -0500 (CDT)


> >> On Sat, 8 Aug 1998, mitch l pond wrote:
> >> 
> >> ! I like the way I can move the curser over a window and have control with
> >> ! the default setting but I don't like havinng to click on the title bar
> >> ! to raise the window , can I set this to raise the window by clicking on
> >> ! the window only.
> >> 
> >> 	menu-->Decorations-->Look-->look.AutoRaise
> >
> >He was asking for a way to CLICK on it to raise it, but NOT click on the
> >TitleBar...Autoraise will raise the window when the mouse enters it...
> >I would also like to see if this is possible, But, I probably will find it
> >on my own, once I actually mess around with it all.
> Yes I know you go to start, , desktop, feel, click to focus and you click
> to raise the window!

Doesnt ClickToFocus make it so you have to click on the menu bar to raise
the window.  Read the INITIAL question before you blabber to the group
Please.
A once quiet, meaningful group is now starting to get very annoying.

Rob

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