Stephan Aßmus <superstippi@xxxxxx> wrote: ... > I think the problem is how the auto-raise > behavior actually works in Deskbar. There > should simply be a delay. ... > I don't know if that would already fix the > problem that Jonas is experiencing, It may lessen it. I´m not totally clear about exactly how I move the mouse. :] > but if he just wants to fling his mouse out > of sight, anywhere, then he may as well get > use to fling it to a different corner... :-) > if that's acceptable... (I find it likely that I will continue using Deskbar extensively, and so will continue to move the mouse there unconsciously even while working with applications.) > Then after fixing the auto-raise, one could > additionally experiment with adjusted default- > zooming. I am not so sure about this. The space > that windows would stop using is quite big > actually. Few BeOS/Haiku applications are fullscreen- oriented. The apps I´ve been using these last ten years would continue working well enough even if they didn´t have that Deskbar-sized column (or row) available. (They would still be able to cover Deskbar, and that´s something I like to be honest. I hate environments where windows can´t be moved around.) One could make Deskbar´s top-right contracted mode be a single row instead of the current two rows, (a compact version of top edge orientation) to fit with most windows that don´t have a very long window title, and thus allow fullscreen Zoom(). That way even Firefox would seldom cover Deskbar, except for a few pixels vertically. /Jonas.