jEdit hypersearch window focus on Ubuntu
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Fri Jun 19 02:07:26 UTC 2009
On Thu, Jun 18, 2009 at 04:42:13PM -0700, NoOp wrote:
> On 06/18/2009 12:47 PM, Tony Baldwin wrote:
> > On Thu, Jun 18, 2009 at 02:33:11PM -0500, sktsee wrote:
> >> Another alternative to consider if you don't want/need to enable desktop
> >> effects is to use a different window manager like fluxbox. I can confirm
> >> that jedit's hypersearch window grabs focus as you would expect when
> >> running under fluxbox.
> > Gnome sucks anyway.
> > Gnome, KDE, Xfce...they just get in the way...all bloat and eyecandy.
> > Fluxbox is much better.
> > So is openbox or LXDE, or, even better, something like
> > xmonad, dwm, awm (although I had trouble with some java guis in those), or,
> > best yet, ion3.
> > Ion3 rules.
> > Were I not using Ion3, I would probably be using openbox or fluxbox, though.
> > I used both of those for quite some time before discovering ion3.
> > Actually, I'd probably be using xmonad, if it would play nice with java swing guis
> > without some convoluted work-around.
> > :)
> > tony
> And that helps resolve the OP's question/problem how?
There was discussion of what DE he was using and how that might affect the issue,
and a recommendation to maybe try another, such as fluxbox.
Since he is brand new to gnu/linux, I would recommend that he stick with an environment more
like that to which he is accustomed. That's all.
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