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Re: avoiding focus for gnuplot window

From: Mats Jansson
Subject: Re: avoiding focus for gnuplot window
Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2000 09:20:59 +0200

"John W. Eaton" wrote:
> On 29-May-2000, Stef Pillaert <address@hidden> wrote:
> | when I make a plot, the gnuplot window gets the focus (so I have to click on
> | the terminal where octave runs to continue with octave). Can this be 
> avoided?
> In my window manager (tvtwm; I guess I'm old fashioned) it doesn't get
> the focus, but it does move to the top when new data is added to a
> plot.  I think this is a gnuplot `feature'.  Octave is definitely not
> asking for this behavior.  If someone knows how to turn it off, speak
> up!
> Thanks,
> jwe

>From the man page of gnuplot 3.7:

       -noraise does not raise the plot window after each plot.

       These  options  may  also  be controlled with resources in
       your .Xdefaults file.  For example: gnuplot*gray: on .


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