[Lazarus] Form ordering problem on tiling window manager
nc-gaertnma at netcologne.de
Thu Jan 31 22:44:33 CET 2013
On Thu, 31 Jan 2013 22:15:26 +0100
Sven Barth <pascaldragon at googlemail.com> wrote:
> On 31.01.2013 09:39, Mattias Gaertner wrote:
> > On Wed, 30 Jan 2013 21:24:38 +0100
> > Sven Barth <pascaldragon at googlemail.com> wrote:
> >> [...]
> >> But rather often something happens (I don't know what exactly and I'd
> >> like to find this out) and then I can click on the window and I use the
> >> switching window keyboard shortcut all I want and nothing happens. This
> >> even goes so far that modal dialogs (exception windows, open/save
> >> dialog) are opened behind(!) all other windows. So I first need to move
> >> the IDE and other windows out of the way before I can work in that
> >> dialog. I need to restart the IDE to revert to the original behavior
> >> again (for a while...).
> >> For now I've only achieved this problem with the IDE, not with a custom
> >> program. It would be nice if someone had an idea what I could test to
> >> narrow this problem down (the console output does not print anything
> >> useful).
> > If you have trouble with ShowModal, then it is a bug in the LCL gtk2
> > interface or below.
> > ShowModal had in the past some problems with other window managers
> > too.
> > Please update to 40085, compile with -dVerboseTransient, then run again.
> > When it happens again look at the end of the output for 'DEFINE
> > transient'.
> I've done as you proposed (it's an IDE with virgin settings and without
> docking, just in case) and I've attached two debug outputs. In both
> cases I have started the IDE and opened the File Open dialog with
> Ctrl+O. In the "normal" case I've closed the dialog using "ESC" in the
> "problem" case I've first used "Win+k" to switch to a different window
> of the IDE (which wasn't moved to front of course, but the windows
> manager nevertheless marked the windows as focused) and then I've closed
> the dialog. After this forceful switch the behavior described in my
> original mail appeared (reproduceable).
From the output: The LCL gtk2 interfaces sets the right order.
TOpenDialog on top of OI on top of MainIDE on Form1 on SrcNB on
So, the question is what does this WM need more than
> I've also checked whether some output happens directly after using
> "Win+k", but this is not the case...
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