Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 709324
alternate-tab: Alt+Tab doesn't do anything
Last modified: 2012-08-07 13:17:42 EDT
Description of problem:
Just installed 3.0.2-1.g63dd27cgit.fc15. The same happened a few days back with the older version.
Alt+Tab doesn't show or switch to other windows. Alt+` does, however, show up the list. Once that list is shown, keeping Alt pressed, pressing Alt+Tab works as expected.
This happens only on one of my laptops. Things work fine on the other laptop. Both were upgraded from F14, and have been configured similarly.
There aren't any debug or error messages in the js console (accessed by 'lg'). Let me know if you need any debug messages from elsewhere.
Please could you check the error log in .xsession-errors?
(In reply to comment #1)
> Please could you check the error log in .xsession-errors?
Anything specific there? There's nothing that's obviously related to the extensions.
You have exact same versions in both systems? What happens if you create a new user and check in that environment? Does the extension even load? (use alt+f2, type lg and enter and go to the fourth tab to check if the extension is loaded)
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