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#1 2005-08-04 16:10:46

Meshuggin
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Focus behaviour on E17

Hi, is there any way to change the focus behaviour in E17?, I would like to use "click to focus"  roll


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#2 2005-08-04 23:34:32

Cam
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Re: Focus behaviour on E17

As far as I know, not yet. There will beenentually but since E17 & co are still very much in development and not stable, that part isn't written yet.

Be careful, I used E17 for a while and then went back to fluxbox, I had to click the windows to focus them again it felt weird tongue

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#3 2005-08-05 03:54:32

Meshuggin
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Re: Focus behaviour on E17

Cam wrote:

Be careful, I used E17 for a while and then went back to fluxbox, I had to click the windows to focus them again it felt weird tongue

Yep, but i've been using E17 for a couple of months and it's unstable but usable.

Thanxs for the replay by the way wink


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#4 2005-08-05 16:05:59

qdlaty
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Re: Focus behaviour on E17

Of course there is a way.

Just use enlightenment_remote -focus-policy-set CLICK and voila!

I'm using E since...forever and in my opinion it's not as much unstable as Gnome or any other WM. It's just under development.

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#5 2005-08-05 19:04:08

Meshuggin
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Re: Focus behaviour on E17

qdlaty wrote:

I'm using E since...forever and in my opinion it's not as much unstable as Gnome or any other WM. It's just under development.

I agree wink ... I tried enlightenment_remote -focus-policy-set CLICK and as you said voila!  smile  thanks man .


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#6 2005-08-05 21:09:36

sud_crow
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Re: Focus behaviour on E17

Kind of offtopic...
That remainds me, i have to update my e17 pkgs, is there someone mantaining a new CVS repo? or i better grab the multipkg script and the PKGBUILDs and do it my self?


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#7 2005-08-05 23:20:06

qdlaty
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Re: Focus behaviour on E17

It's better to do it by yourself.
I've my own (modyfied) script that download CVS repository and builds every day new packages of E17.
If you want, you can grab it from my server

You need only to run E-pkg.sh script (you may also edit it and uncomment extra packages, if you need some of them).

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#8 2005-08-05 23:21:33

qdlaty
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Re: Focus behaviour on E17

It's better to do it by yourself.
I've my own (modyfied) script that download CVS repository and builds every day new packages of E17.
If you want, you can grab it from my server

You need only to run E-pkg.sh script (you may also edit it and uncomment extra packages, if you need some of them).

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#9 2005-08-18 00:56:52

murpheus40
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Re: Focus behaviour on E17

qdlaty wrote:

Of course there is a way.

Just use enlightenment_remote -focus-policy-set CLICK and voila!

I'm using E since...forever and in my opinion it's not as much unstable as Gnome or any other WM. It's just under development.

Hello,

I did that but I prefer the original behavior. What is the command for?
Thanks!!

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#10 2005-08-18 11:08:43

bogomipz
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Registered: 2003-11-23
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Re: Focus behaviour on E17

I'm not an E user, but I'd guess: enlightenment_remote -focus-policy-set SLOPPY.


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#11 2005-08-18 14:09:15

shadowhand
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Re: Focus behaviour on E17

It's not SLOPPY, it's MOUSE.


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#12 2005-08-21 10:16:27

qdlaty
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Re: Focus behaviour on E17

I prefere SLOPPY because it keeps last window focused when I move cursor over desktop.

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