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Re: [libreoffice-users] Mouse action


On Tuesday, 27 November 2018 18:55:36 GMT Steve Edmonds wrote:
> Hi.
> Is there a setting in Libreoffice to enable/disable response to the
> mouse in a window without focus.
>
> I have one PC with LO 6.05 and one with LO 6.1. Both Linux.
> On both machines all other applications will scroll with the middle
> mouse button when the mouse is over a window without focus.
>
> On the machine with LO 6.05 if I have 2 documents open, the document
> without focus will scroll with the middle mouse button when the mouse is
> over that window.
>
> On the machine with LO 6.1 if I have 2 documents open, the document
> without focus will not scroll with the middle mouse button until I click
> into the window to gain focus.
>
> This is a pain when I am editing a document and wanting to follow
> through another document for checking purposes.
> Steve
>
>
Are you using a KDE desktop? If so, it might be the desktop setting where you can configure where the focus goes. (systemsettings5/Workspace/Window Management/Window Behaviour)

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