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Old 01-26-2011, 05:36 PM
Dotan Cohen
 
Default Please check your taskbars for Raise On Drag

I just noticed that KDE 4.6 does not raise a window when a file is
dragged to it's Taskbar item. I would appreciate it if users of Gnome,
XFCE, and earlier KDE could test this. Bonus Internet points if
someone could test on Windows or Mac!

To test: open any application and cover it's window with a file
manager. Now drag a file from the file manager to the Taskbar and
hover over the application's Taskbar item. Does that window come to
the top?

Thanks!

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Old 01-26-2011, 05:55 PM
Alan Pope
 
Default Please check your taskbars for Raise On Drag

On 26 January 2011 18:36, Dotan Cohen <dotancohen@gmail.com> wrote:
> I just noticed that KDE 4.6 does not raise a window when a file is
> dragged to it's Taskbar item. I would appreciate it if users of Gnome,
> XFCE, and earlier KDE could test this. Bonus Internet points if
> someone could test on Windows or Mac!
>

On OSX dragging an .xls from finder to the already open LibreOffice
icon brings the LibreOffice window to the front and displays the
spreadsheet.

Do people actually _do_ this though? I think I may have maybe once or
twice in my computing life, certainly never in the last year have I
tried to do that on any platform.

Al.

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Old 01-26-2011, 06:05 PM
Dotan Cohen
 
Default Please check your taskbars for Raise On Drag

On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 20:55, Alan Pope <popey@ubuntu.com> wrote:
> On OSX dragging an .xls from finder to the already open LibreOffice
> icon brings the LibreOffice window to the front and displays the
> spreadsheet.
>

Thank you for testing!


> Do people actually _do_ this though? I think I may have maybe once or
> twice in my computing life, certainly never in the last year have I
> tried to do that on any platform.
>

On the rare occasions that I use the mouse I like this. I just found
it missing in KDE 4.6 and I don't know for how long it has been
missing. I must not do it a lot!


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Old 01-26-2011, 06:27 PM
Robert Spanjaard
 
Default Please check your taskbars for Raise On Drag

On Wed, 26 Jan 2011 18:55:49 +0000, Alan Pope wrote:

> On 26 January 2011 18:36, Dotan Cohen <dotancohen@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I just noticed that KDE 4.6 does not raise a window when a file is
>> dragged to it's Taskbar item. I would appreciate it if users of Gnome,
>> XFCE, and earlier KDE could test this. Bonus Internet points if someone
>> could test on Windows or Mac!
>>
>>
> On OSX dragging an .xls from finder to the already open LibreOffice icon
> brings the LibreOffice window to the front and displays the spreadsheet.
>
> Do people actually _do_ this though? I think I may have maybe once or
> twice in my computing life, certainly never in the last year have I
> tried to do that on any platform.

I use this method regularly on GNOME. Not just for local files, but even
for opening images from the web. Just drag an image on a website from
Firefox to GIMP on the taskbar, the GIMP windows appear, and drag the
image to the GIMP windows to open and edit the image.

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