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Old 17th July 2011, 09:01 PM
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fc5 gnome3 - focus mode sloppy vs mouse

they are both behaving the same for me.

Fedroa 15 and GNOME 3

as defined in the configuration editor:

"The window focus mode indicates how windows are activated. It has three possible values; "click" means windows must be clicked in order to focus them, "sloppy" means windows are focused when the mouse enters the window, and "mouse" means windows are focused when the mouse enters the window and unfocused when the mouse leaves the window."

For "mouse" - I am expecting the windows to be unfocused when it leaves the window into a non-window area in on the desktop, "NOT" another window. It's not losing focus. I can still type in the window. Both the sloppy and mouse behaviors are the same for me.

Is this the correct behavior?

Last edited by unixinside; 17th July 2011 at 09:04 PM. Reason: clarifications
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