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<p><h1>Window Behavior</h1> Here you can customize the way windows behave when being moved, resized or clicked on. You can also specify a focus policy as well as a placement policy for new windows.</p> <p>Please note that this configuration will not take effect if you do not use KWin as your window manager. If you do use a different window manager, please refer to its documentation for how to customize window behavior.</p>
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Switch to Window Tab to the Left/Right
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Start Window Tab Drag
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Activate, Raise & Pass Click
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Activate & Pass Click
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<p>This option specifies how much KWin will try to prevent unwanted focus stealing caused by unexpected activation of new windows. (Note: This feature does not work with the Focus Under Mouse or Focus Strictly Under Mouse focus policies.)<ul><li><em>None:</em> Prevention is turned off and new windows always become activated.</li><li><em>Low:</em> Prevention is enabled; when some window does not have support for the underlying mechanism and KWin cannot reliably decide whether to activate the window or not, it will be activated. This setting may have both worse and better results than the medium level, depending on the applications.</li><li><em>Medium:</em> Prevention is enabled.</li><li><em>High:</em> New windows get activated only if no window is currently active or if they belong to the currently active application. This setting is probably not really usable when not using mouse focus policy.</li><li><em>Extreme:</em> All windows must be explicitly activated by the user.</li></ul></p><p>Windows that are prevented from stealing focus are marked as demanding attention, which by default means their taskbar entry will be highlighted. This can be changed in the Notifications control module.</p>
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Focus stealing prevention level:
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Focus Under Mouse
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Focus Strictly Under Mouse
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The focus policy is used to determine the active window, i.e. the window you can work in. <ul> <li><em>Click to focus:</em> A window becomes active when you click into it. This is the behavior you might know from other operating systems.</li> <li><em>Focus follows mouse:</em> Moving the mouse pointer actively on to a normal window activates it. New windows will receive the focus, without you having to point the mouse at them explicitly. Very practical if you are using the mouse a lot.</li> <li><em>Focus under mouse:</em> The window that happens to be under the mouse pointer is active. If the mouse points nowhere, the last window that was under the mouse has focus. New windows will not automatically receive the focus.</li> <li><em>Focus strictly under mouse:</em> Only the window under the mouse pointer is active. If the mouse points nowhere, nothing has focus.</li> </ul>Note that 'Focus under mouse' and 'Focus strictly under mouse' prevent certain features such as the Alt+Tab walk through windows dialog in the KDE mode from working properly.
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