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Re: w3m-new-session-in-background t doesn't behave conveniently

Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx> writes:

> In [emacs-w3m : No.11954] Michael Heerdegen wrote:
> > This has always bothered me: Set `w3m-new-session-in-background' to t.
> > Now, if you use <S-return> or <S-mouse-2> to open a link in the
> > background, W3m creates a new tab, switches to this new tab, waits until
> > the new page is completely rendered, and not before that is done, it
> > jumps back to the old tab.
> Thanks.  But I cannot reproduce this.  <S-return> or <S-mouse-2>
> create a new tab with not selecting nor jumping to it, and it is
> not selected unless I do something.  Perhaps something differs in
> your (or my) configuration...

Interesting.  But it's not due to my config, I see this behavior with
emacs -q.

I have two different installations available:

1.  A self-compiled Emacs 24 from the emacs-24 branch, with w3m
installed via M-x package-list-packages (from Melpa).

2.  The Debian emacs-snapshot installation, with the Debian
w3m-el-snapshot package installed (1.4.483+0.20120614, unstable

Both installations show the described behavior.  I use w3m for many
years now (5? 7? - something like that), and I saw this problem all the
time, on all my computers, always on Linux.

Maybe it is OS dependent?