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 Background to Foreground Sensitivity 
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Post Background to Foreground Sensitivity
Not sure how to word this so it makes sense but here goes.

When you have several windows you are working in....the active window is the current window that is on top. To work in another window in the background you click on it and it comes forward and now is the active window.

My problem is.... theWord window keeps coming to the foreground without being clicked on. I have checked for a setting that would allow me to change the sensitivity or the way it handles background / foreground but I don't see anything. Does anyone else have this issue or know what I can do to keep it in it's seat until called upon :)

BTW Thank you for this program !!!!!!!! I have donated a couple of times..... but it seems like we all need to donate more often.

Thanks Dru

Sat Nov 30, 2019 10:08 pm

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Post Re: Background to Foreground Sensitivity
Hi Dru,

Someone may come up with better solutions, but all I know to try to do is to minimize theWord when going to a different window, then it should stay in the background. I think the issue you're describing has to do with the clipboard monitor because, as I recall, theWord pops up like that after you have copied something and then later close the window you were working in. So one solution may be to turn off the clipboard monitor if you don't use it.


Sat Nov 30, 2019 10:47 pm
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