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Having just updated my Debian box to the current stable version
(Wheezy 7.6 which uses Sawfish 1.5.3), I am having difficulty in
recustomising sawfish to correspond to my habits.
My required 'user-behaviour' is that the window under the cursor
should have the focus at all times (focus stealing).
The problem that I am having occurs on pushing the currently focussed
window to the bottom of the stack (with lower-window). The window which
then appears under the cursor no longer has the focus (as it did in
Debian Squeeze 6.0.5 which used Sawfish 220.127.116.11).
My lisp being excessively rusty (last 'used' about thirty years ago),
appreciate it if someone could mail the function to use (I push down
I am sure the reply will be to update to the latest version, but
having had one shot at it, I would much prefer not having to go through
that attempt again.
Has the current version of Sawfish been ported to the current stable
version of Debian ? (ie does a .deb exist which does not require
dependencies outside the stable package framework).
NB: The menu entry:
Customize->Focus->"Give focus to windows even when they haven't asked
seems to have no effect when checked (it becomes unchecked after closing).