Anyway, one can use alt+tab to switch to the new shell, so it is not a
real problem. I recognize it might be more safe to open the new windw
On 3/12/06, Jon Nettleton <jon nettleton gmail com> wrote:Wouldn't the ideal behavior be, if keyboard events are being captured then the window is being drawn to the back, else draw it in the foreground? This should give us a balance of security and convenience without having another gconf setting to turn on or off.I think that might lead to confusion when users are wondering why some windows open in front, and others open behind. At least when they all open behind it's consistent. My two cents, n0dalus.