[As-users] re: =(((((

Jim Turner (turnerjw784@yahoo.com)
Thu, 26 Mar 2009 20:45:50 -0700 (PDT)



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Have you tried clicktofocus model?=A0 AS's default is "focus follows mouse,=
 in which case, a buried winClickToFocus 1dow may be hard to get up imho.=
=A0 You can edit your "feel" file and try adding this line:

ClickToFocus 1

Also, comment out any other "Focus" or "ClickToRaise" lines.=A0 I use AS b/=
c it can be configured how you want it, if you are willing to edit the look=
 and feel files (~/.afterstep/looks/* and ~/.afterstep/feels/*

I have found 1 issue with window-focusing that I find annoying - sometimes =
when many windows are up, closing a window will seem to cause a random wind=
ow to get the focus rather than the one that opened it or the one just unde=
rneith it.=A0 Sorry about your difficulties w/AS and the "flamey" non-suppo=
rt you've gotten here.=A0 Not all of us AS abUsers feel this way toward new=
 users as we were all newbees at some point.

Hope this helps!

Jim

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<table cellspacing=3D"0" cellpadding=3D"0" border=3D"0" ><tr><td valign=3D"=
top" style=3D"font: inherit;">Have you tried clicktofocus model?  AS's=
 default is "focus follows mouse, in which case, a buried winClickToFocus 1=
dow may be hard to get up imho.  You can edit your "feel" file and try=
 adding this line:<br><br>ClickToFocus 1<br><br>Also, comment out any other=
 "Focus" or "ClickToRaise" lines.  I use AS b/c it can be configured h=
ow you want it, if you are willing to edit the look and feel files (~/.afte=
rstep/looks/* and ~/.afterstep/feels/*<br><br>I have found 1 issue with win=
dow-focusing that I find annoying - sometimes when many windows are up, clo=
sing a window will seem to cause a random window to get the focus rather th=
an the one that opened it or the one just underneith it.  Sorry about =
your difficulties w/AS and the "flamey" non-support you've gotten here.&nbs=
p; Not all of us AS abUsers feel this way toward new users as we were all
 newbees at some point.<br><br>Hope this helps!<br><br>Jim<br><br></td></tr=
></table><br>=0A=0A      
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