When not using external monitor, Chrome will start with correct window position on the screen but after few seconds Sidewise will move the Chrome outside of the screen bounds, luckily I can do Right click > Move on the classic Gnome taskbar to drag it back.
When using external monitor, similar behavior happens, but this time I see the window on another monitor and can drag it back directly.
I don't want this moving of window at all, I'm fine with wherever I left it, please add an option to disable this feature completely.
Please someone tell me how to enable Grooveshark pane in Sidewise. Thanks in advance.
Go into Sidewise Options page. Click the blue 'Toggle and reorder sidebar panes' link. Click the checkbox in the Grooveshark row. You should now see the Grooveshark sidebar pane icon at the top of the sidebar!
I use XMouse on Windows - so that focus follows mouse. This allows me to have a window which isn't the topmost to have the focus - very handy sometimes when referring to info in a separate app. However, it doesn't play nicely with Keep Sidebar Visible - as soon as the Chrome app gets focus, it seems that the sidebar thinks it must be topmost, and brings it and Chrome to the top.
Is there any way of making the sidebar do this ONLY if Chrome moves to the top, rather than just gets focus? Those two things are certainly not the same for me - although I can see in 'normal' windows, they probably would be.
Unfortunately Chrome gives us no way to differentiate between window-focus and window-raise occurrences; there is a "chrome.windows.onFocusChanged" event and that's it.
Similarly, Chrome gives us no way to just raise a window without also focusing it. I've submitted a Chrome bug to fix this specific issue. If Chrome implemented this, then if I understand your problem correctly, I believe the problem would be fixed -- when Sidewise needed to make the sidebar visible it could just raise the sidebar instead of raise+focusing it. This would also alleviate a few other issues related to the fact we can't raise the sidebar without also focusing it.
So for now your best bet is probably to go star that issue for a little more visibility :)
For what it's worth, on my system I am using an Autohotkey script that you might call "XScroll": it allows the mouse wheel to scroll whatever window/control the pointer is over without switching focus. I used XMouse for a long time but have found the XScroll behavior more to my liking. Let me know if you are interested in this.
Would be nice to have this feature if possible because it's a little bit uncomfortable to maximize the main window every time after closing the sidebar (when clicking Open Sidewise button)
Thnx in advance
I'm on win 8 and chrome "Version 31.0.1650.48 m". The sidewise window is acting like it needs a horizontal scroll bar, but there isn't one:
- hover over bubbles disappear off the right edge of the window
- the right click menu disappears off the right edge of the window
- resizing the window (even to the full width of the screen) doesn't alleviate the issue
Not major, but still seems a few things manage to slip through. Sorry I can't detail exactly how I arrived here - I had the 3 pinned tabs open, and then had one or 2 more open which I closed with a middle click in Sidewise. I think my trusty old Intellimouse might be developing a fault, because sometimes closing a tab in this way also creates a new blank tab - suspect the switch is bouncing. Anyway, this is what I ended up with:
Note the 'New Tab' in Chrome but not in Sidewise. I quick 'refresh' (with F5) on the Sidewise window normally gets things back - but this time the New Tab had an interesting favicon:
Maybe Sidewise is suggesting that I might like to start a new Wikipedia page about Sidewise?
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