Markus Triska <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> > I guess that if no one else has this problem, it is a kde problem.
> That would also be my guess. I've been using Gimp with KDE 3.[012] for some 
> time, and although I (contrary to you) never ran into anything that I knew 
> should work but didn't, there surely were moments that made me doubt the 
> cleverness of its focus policy. Gnome 2.6.(2, currently) works better for me 
> with regards to that, so I recommend that you give it a shot (if possible) 
> and see if the problem remains, to narrow down the range of imagined 
> possibilities.

It should be sufficient to try a different window manager, you
shouldn't have to completely switch your desktop to make that
happen. But then, I don't know how closely the KDE window manager is
integrated with their desktop.

Excuse my ignorance, but what is the default focus policy on KDE


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