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@window #146716 07/04/06 05:36 AM
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hi .
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How to prevent the active window to become inactive on a @window popup.

Re: @window #146717 07/04/06 07:11 AM
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Maybe use the -n switch in your /window command, so that the window is minimized?

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the @window is to show info on join, notify, query, etc, etc.
so it has to be up for a given time(and it does) but when coming up the @window becomes the active window and that's not what I had in mind smile

Re: @window #146719 07/04/06 08:06 AM
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I think the window has "ontop" set, try using the switch '-u'. This is assuming that you have used the switch '-do'.


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Re: @window #146720 07/04/06 08:57 AM
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Is there some order the switches have to be in?
Because I put the -u at the end the beginning and the middle but it doesn't work.
I still have to click the channel window in order to go on with my typing.

Re: @window #146721 07/04/06 12:24 PM
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Please show us the /window code that you are trying.