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** Changed in: nautilus (Ubuntu)
       Status: New => Incomplete

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  nautilus keeps active window status when it shouldn't

Status in nautilus package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Expected behaviour:
  - Open gedit so that it is active on your workspace (my tests show no opened 
file is needed but gedit needs to already be open)
  - In the folder window press enter to open a text document
  - Wait for gedit to become the active window
  - Press ctrl+f to search for text and perform over keyboard commands on gedit

  Actual Behaviour:

  Nautilus keeps the active window status even though gedit may be
  completely full screen. Any key commands pressed go to nautilus even
  though the window it hiding behind the now full screen application.

  gedit is just the example, it could be any application not opened with
  the mouse. It seems that because no mouse input is received the new
  window whatever it may be never becomes the active window. This is
  wrong, the application that is launched by pressing the enter button
  should also become active not just for mouse clickers.

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