Description of Problem:
Control Panel -> Window Behavior -> advanced
"Enable Hover" seems to be a poor name (or English translation) for the IMHO
very annoying behavior of unshading a window when the mouse cursor is over it
for a certain amount of time. If I want to unshade the window, thats why my
mouse has buttons. :) I think the name could be a little more descriptive and
this behavior should be off by default. I can't think of any other Linux
desktop that behaves like this by default.
But mabye I am just too used to WindowMaker :) Seriously though this is the
first version of KDE I have really liked, very well laid out, functional, yet
very easy to use and configure.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. shade a window
2. move the mouse over it
3. watch it unshade then procede to search for the hopes of finding a way to
make it stop :)
mouse unshades window w/o clicking on it.
Window unshades only when clicked.
Please disable this by default or at least increase the default delay to
Please take this up with the base maintainers (http://bugs.kde.org/).
I could change the name in our packaging, but that would break translations,
and therefore isn't a good idea.
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