Keeping focused to the same window no matter what happens

Conny Enström uncurbed at
Sun Dec 25 21:55:18 UTC 2011

2011-12-25 22:16, Johnny Rosenberg skrev:
> Is this possible? How?
> Maybe I should try to explain what I'm actually asking for:
> In all operating systems I've tried so far in my life (Windows 98-XP,
> Ubuntu 7.04-11.10, Mandriva 2008.0-2009.0, Mint etc), there is one
> thing that annoys me a lot. Let's say that I just started up the
> operating system. Then I click a few icons to start a few applications
> that I usually need for the things I use to do. It's generally a web
> browser (Opera in my case), a spreadsheet application (LibreOffice
> Calc for instance) and maybe something more. Of course one of the
> applications, let's say Opera, are finished starting up before the
> others and I start to work with it. A few seconds later another
> application, let's say LibreOffice Calc, is ready to go. What happens
> then is that what I was typing in Opera is typed into LibreOffice Calc
> instead.
> Is there some way to prevent this from happening? I am supposed to be
> the one who decides which window should be in focus on my system, not
> the operating system or any of the applications. Is there a setting
> somewhere that I missed?
> Kind regards
> Johnny Rosenberg
> ジョニー・ローゼンバーグ

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