Re: How do I send the palette behind other windows?
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- Subject: [mg99307] Re: How do I send the palette behind other windows?
- From: ragfield <ragfield at gmail.com>
- Date: Sat, 2 May 2009 06:00:14 -0400 (EDT)
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On May 1, 4:21 am, Bob F <deepyog... at gmail.com> wrote: > On Apr 30, 4:18 am, sean_inc... at yahoo.com wrote: > > > I was trying to do some typesetting and needed the palettes, and to my > > surprise, they changed the precedence of the palettes such that it > > stays on top of all other windows. > > > How do I fix this so that it will get behind the window when I click > > other windows to activate them? > > > Thanks for any insights. > > > Sean > > I thought the WindowFloating attribute is supposed to control this > (set to True it's always on top, set to False it's on top if you click > on it, or underneath others if you click on some other window or > palette), but I tried setting one of my Palettes to WindowFloating->False= and it still has this "always on top" behavior, so not sure why > > this happens, but I wonder if this is platform or version specific. I > tried this on a Mac with version 7.0.1 You are correct, the WindowFloating notebook option should control this behavior. In Mathematica 6 on Mac OS X it did. In Mathematica 7 on Mac OS X it does not. This is a bug. -Rob