[TxMt] Re: double-click closes Find window

Erik Neumann erikn at myphysicslab.com
Thu Sep 22 02:22:19 UTC 2016

Thanks that's very helpful!  I was totally unaware of that shortcut.

I find myself often wishing that windows would just become active when the
mouse is over them.  IIRC, some early (maybe current) Unix workstations do
this.  There's a lot of click-to-activate overhead on Mac.  Maybe there are
third party system add-ons that will do that but using those is always a
bit dodgy.


On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 5:35 PM, David Green <david at tm.comme.ci-comme.ca>

> On Sep. 20, 2016, at 1:04 pm, Erik Neumann <erikn at myphysicslab.com> wrote:
> > Proposal: Only do the "close Find window on double-click" shortcut if
> the Find window was active on the first click.
> That sounds reasonable. In the meantime, what about holding down command
> to make a background-click, so you can single-click on a result without
> having to bring the Find window forward at all.
> -David
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