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"showdesktop" done twice changes the active window #64

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jdoe0154 opened this Issue Jun 24, 2013 · 1 comment

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This is meant more as a possible enhancement, not as a bug report.

If I start several terminal windows, then I get a nice window cascade. Doing a "showdesktop" (by whatever method) minimizes them all, doing "showdesktop" once more restores them all with their prior position, size, and stacking order. What changes is which window has the focus. Before minimizing them with "showdesktop", the window at the top of the cascade has the focus (the one that was opened last). After restoring them with a second "showdesktop", the window at the bottom of the cascade has the focus (the one that was opened first, and that is "behind" all others).

The change of focus is a bit unexpected and could perhaps be avoided programmatically.

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joewing May 16, 2014

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As of commit 6bcb1b9, the top-most window is given the focus after restoring from showdesktop.

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joewing commented May 16, 2014

As of commit 6bcb1b9, the top-most window is given the focus after restoring from showdesktop.

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