[mythtv-users] Window focus problem... again

Joe Votour joevph at yahoo.com
Fri Dec 16 12:38:14 EST 2005

Use a window manager.  You don't need a full desktop
environment like KDE or GNOME - even ratpoision will
suffice (it's what I use).

If you don't have a window manager running, then
you'll run into problems with focus (as evidenced by
the huge number of posts in the archives about this).

-- Joe

--- Mike <stuff at dustsmoke.com> wrote:

> As many others, when I exit out of xine or
> mythbrowser I lose focus and 
> don't get all of the functionality back. I know you
> can get an updated 
> version of xine but I am trying to stick with
> standard debian packages. 
> I just use X  and don't have anything else
> installed. (start 
> mythfrontend with .xsession) I'm running 0.18.1
> Is there a way to fix the focus issue for both
> mythbrowser and xine 
> without fixing xine itself to drop back to the
> desktop? Even if I did do 
> that, it doesn't solve the mythbrowser doing the
> same thing. (mplayer 
> works great but I need to see the dvd menus)
> -Mike
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