Rich Cook wrote:
> Focus follows mouse works fine for me in X11, with xemacs (emacs does
> not seem to apply, as it does not open any windows).
Which emacs? Mine opens an X11 window just like on my Linux box unless the
DISPLAY option is not set in the environment or you use a command line option.
> On Jul 13, 2007, at 10:02 AM, Michael Reilly wrote:
>> For me it doesn't work correctly either. I just verified that the
>> boolean is set
>> to true. Focus follows mouse between xterms but not between emacs
>> running under
>> X11 (started at the command line) and an xterm nor does an x11 app get
>> the focus
>> when I enter it with the mouse if a non-x11 app had the focus before.
>> Anyone know how to make focus under mouse actually work? I'd really
>> like to
>> give up my Linux box but so far can't with this mis-behavior on OSX.
>> Tommy Nordgren wrote:
>>> On 13 jul 2007, at 16.05, lev kantorovich wrote:
>>>> Hi there,
>>>> I use LyX a lot and there is one problem when it is run under MAC OS X:
>>>> when various maths panels are opened, one has to actually click on the
>>>> main LyX
>>>> window to return back to it. It is extremely inconvenient! In Linux
>>>> (e.g. under KDE)
>>>> this problem is nicely handled by enabling "focus under mouse"
>>>> I tried the command
>>>> defaults write com.apple.x11 wm_ffm -bool true
>>>> typed in xterm, as suggested in the quartz-wm man page, it allows
>>>> between several xterms. HOwever, LyX windows are still completely
>>>> ignorant to this!
>>>> I wonder if anybody knows the answer to this?
>>> If the option is correct, it should take effect as soon as you
>>> RESTART the X-window environment
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