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Monday, July 5th 2004, 6:44am

Mouse wheel and middle click without activation

Is there any way to make KDE not activate a window when the mouse wheel is used over it or it is middle clicked on? Or does anyone know where in the sources to find the functions that controls this behavior?


Monday, July 5th 2004, 4:50pm

In the KDE Control Center, go to LookNFeel > Window Behavior and click on the Actions tab.
"Chopsticks require a person to use 64 muscles and 30 articulate movements simultaneously, which also acts in developing brain potential."


Monday, July 5th 2004, 6:28pm

Yeah, I'm aware of those settings. But what I'm looking for is one that allows it to pass click without activating or raising the window.

Similar to how Fluxbox works when mouse follow focus is off.