Thanks for your response.
"multiwindow" is basically an option while starting the Xserver which
will start an integrated Windows based Window Manager.
It is used in the following way in the command for starting the Xserver.
run XWin -multiwindow -clipboard -silent-dup-error

And I am not sure about what XINERAMA is and I will get back to you once
confirming that.

> On Wed, 31 Aug 2005, Murugan, Muthulakshmi wrote:
> > I run an X Window application using XFree86 in multiwindow 
> mode. I open
> > a panel(say A), open one more panel(say B) without closing 
> A and then I
> > try to open panel A again using hot key functionality we 
> invoked or by
> > directly clicking (using mouse)on the appropriate menu 
> created for this.
> > I observe that the panel A is not pushed to the top. But 
> when I do the
> > same sequence of operations using XFree86 in single window mode(with
> > default window manager and twm window manager as well), the 
> panel A is
> > pushed to the top when I try to reopen it.
> > Hence when we use XFree86 with native Window Manager, the 
> above problem
> > exists.
> > Can anyone help in this issue?
> What do you mean by "multiwindow mode"?  Multi-monitor?  If 
> so, do you see 
> this behaviour with XINERAMA (aka PanoramiX) enabled 
> (default), or disabled?
> Marc.

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