On Thursday 30 July 2009 17:58:10 Ben Boeckel wrote:
Anne Wilson wrote:
> For some time now if I nudge the mouse while I'm working I find
> into the wrong window. It's extremely annoying. I don't want
the focus to
> change until I either click on a window or tab to it. I can't
find why this
> is happening. How can I turn it off? Thanks
To really be able to use this, there needs to be a distinctive
difference in how windows appear based on focus. To do that, I set
inactive windows at 75% opacity (so they can still be read). Makes
it a lot easier to tell what's getting input and what isn't.
Oxygen isn't all that nice about it otherwise (just fading the
titletext and slight color differences).
Yes, I know how to make other windows dim, but I'm a touch typist, so I often
type away while my eyes are elsewhere, so that's no help. It's like finding
that the base of the thumb is brushing your touchpad while you type,
I need to find what's making it do this. It's certainly not obvious.
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