Re: mouse wheel grabs focus

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Am Freitag, den 09.02.2007, 09:08 -0500 schrieb Tony Nelson:
> At 5:22 PM +0800 2/9/07, Ed Greshko wrote:
> >Henry Ritzlmayr wrote:
> >> Hi List,
> >>
> >> whenever I am using the mouse wheel in an non active window this window
> >> automatically gets the focus. Can this be disabled?
> >>
> >> Scenario:
> >> I am typing in kwrite while having firefox opened. Now I want to scroll
> >> within firefox not loosing the focus in kwrite.
> >
> >The simple answer is "AFAIK, no".
> >
> >When you want to scroll within firefox you need to move your cursor over
> >firefox for firefox to react to the wheel.  If firefox does not become the
> >window with focus then the wheel and buttons of the mouse remain attached to
> >the active (kwrite) window.
> Using Gnome, GEdit, and Firefox, I can type in GEdit and scroll Firefox
> with the wheel without losing focus in GEdit.  In case it matters, I
> disbled the middle mouse button as I used to get middle clicks when
> scrolling.

I can confirm that - just testet Gnome - it works here as well.

Then let me precise my question:
Does anybody know how this behavior can be configured within KDE?


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