Ankur Sethi <get.me.ankur@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On Mon, Mar 23, 2009 at 6:22 AM, Urias McCullough > <umccullough@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > I rather like it on, personally :) I´m guessing that having it turned off is a better default, as people are likely to be more annoyed by stolen focus (if they like me occasionally fling the pointer in Deskbar´s direction) than by having to click Deskbar to raise it/show it fully. (In Deskbar´s default placement its hardly inaccessible, and even in other placements it´s not impossible to send to back the covering window.) It would be better fix the real issue; why it gets covered in the first place. > The Deskbar could come to front for only as > long as the mouse pointer is hovering above it, > and then return to the previously active app. That wouldn´t fix my beef with Deskbar auto-raise. Granted, it would save me a click to restore focus to Firefox, but the interruption would still happen now-and-again until I turn auto-raise off or learn not to fling the mouse at Deskbar unless I mean to use it. I think Deskbar should adhere to the default policy of click-to-raise(-and-focus). BTW, I don´t use FFM. (I imagine a majority of people out there don´t even know what it is.) I´m sure you FFM users have more controlled mouse usage than I have. /Jonas.