> Date: Sun, 20 Sep 2009 14:36:36 +0300
> From: Ville =?iso-8859-1?Q?P=E4tsi?= <d...@shadowdrama.net>
> On Sun, Sep 20, 2009 at 01:00:15PM +0200, jolie S wrote:
> > For me the big difference is usability. When I work in GIMP what
> > happens to me quite a lot is that I click just next to a window
> > of an image I'm working on and all my GIMP windows are not shown
> > on my screen anymore because I activated the application I had
> > visibly open below the GIMP windows. To get GIMP back you have
> > to click on all your GIMP windows in the taskbar.
> Actually you can work around this problem in your window manager by
> selecting an image window and pressing the tab key twice. First to
> hide the docks and the second to bring them back. This has the side
> effect of raising them to the top of the window stack.
I made a small video of what I mean.
I hope that is clear :\
Hitting tabs twice doesn't work for bringing everything back. A "single
window" like in Picture Publisher, just to give an example, makes sure that
this problem doesn't even occur.
>Another way that won't be to everybody's choice is to use focus
>follows mouse without autoraise, and use a shortcut to raise windows
>to the top.
I'm sorry, I'm very tired today so it's probably me, but I don't know what
you mean with this.
jolie S (via www.gimpusers.com)
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