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  1. auto-raise a window when its content changes?

    Is there a way to auto-raise a window when its content changes? e.g.
    if I have a
    VNC session (from a WinXP box) iconized on my unix X desktop (CDE, if
    it matters), and someone sends me an instant message that pops up on
    the WinXP screen, can I have the VNC window de-iconize and grab
    focus? Thanks.


  2. Re: auto-raise a window when its content changes?

    rachelms79@hotmail.com, le Mon 19 Mar 2007 06:11:34 -0700, a écrit :
    > Is there a way to auto-raise a window when its content changes? e.g.
    > if I have a
    > VNC session (from a WinXP box) iconized on my unix X desktop (CDE, if
    > it matters), and someone sends me an instant message that pops up on
    > the WinXP screen, can I have the VNC window de-iconize and grab
    > focus? Thanks.


    That's rather a question for your VNC client. I'm not sure whether the
    VNC protocol transports such information, though.

    Samuel

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