[ubuntu-mono] [Bug 114088] Re: When called from shortcut, beagle-search doesn't get focus properly

Chase Seibert chase.seibert+launchpad at gmail.com
Wed Jun 30 15:07:00 BST 2010


This appears to be a window manager setting. In compiz, you can work-
around this issue by going into the CompizConfig Settings Manager ->
General Settings -> Focus and Raise Behavior -> Focus Prevention Level
-> Off. Or, you can add a certain window to the list of exceptions.

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When called from shortcut, beagle-search doesn't get focus properly
https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/114088
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Status in “beagle” package in Ubuntu: New

Bug description:
Binary package hint: beagle

steps to reproduce:
- open an application, FIrefox i.e.
- make sure that application's window has focus
- hit your favorite keyboard shortcut to call Beagle-search (mine is F12)

beagle-search appears under the currently focused window.

- hit F12 again to make beagle-search disappear
- hit F12 again to call it again

now it appears over the window and gets the focus.


Calling Beagle-search from the tray icon work as expected, instead.

I'm running Ubuntu 7.04 and Beagle Search 0.2.16.3





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