On 04/25/14 08:01, Peter Gueckel wrote:
Background (to frame the quandry):
In KDE, when you go to a website using firefox, the master password window
appears on top of the main firefox window and it stays there, no matter
where the mouse pointer happens to be, and it waits until you enter a
password or cancel the password entry window. This is highly desirable.
However, when kmail is opened, the kwallet window briefly appears and then
immediately slides behind the kmail window, unless the mouse pointer
happens to be positioned directly over the newly appeared password entry
window. This is a real nuisance.
How can I get the first behaviour as a default behaviour for all appearing
password entry windows (or other windows that require input before the
application canbe used)?
I don't use kmail and can't recall if I've seen or had this problem. Or, if I
had it maybe it doesn't happen that often or just doesn't annoy me.....
But, just want to know what your "Window Behavior/Focus Policy" is set to?
Getting tired of non-Fedora discussions and self-serving posts