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Re: open link without switching focus
- From: Eric Abrahamsen <eric@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2013 21:39:15 +0800
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Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx> writes:
(B> In [emacs-w3m : No.12086] Eric Abrahamsen wrote:
(B>> I'm trying to mess with my emacs setup so I can use w3m instead of a
(B>> separate browser when opening links from various RSS feeds in gnus.
(B>> The only thing stopping me is that I can't make new w3m buffers open in
(B>> the background, which is a pretty important part of zooming through RSS
(B>> feeds and stacking up what you want to read.
(B>> w3m-new-session-in-background sure looks like it should control exactly
(B>> this, but w3m still steals focus. Is it because I'm popping up frames?
(B> IIUC it is effective only if you are in a w3m-mode buffer and visit
(B> a page as a new tab. Unfortunately, I can imagine it is hard to
(B> make emacs-w3m raise a frame without focusing it, since the frame
(B> creation relies on a window manager and Emacs doesn't necessarily
(B> control well any kind of system.
(B> In Cygwin, the function `raise-frame' doesn't raise nor focus an
(B> existing lowered frame for example (I have a workaround to make it
(B> work, of course ;-), so at least I'm not suited to improve it.
(BThanks for the pointers! I should have realized it would probably be a
(Bwindow manager issue. Luckily I'm using Stumpwm, and since I'm using w3m
(Bin a separate frame it shouldn't be too hard to ignore raise requests
(Bfrom windows with a w3m title.