Bug#10862: marked as done (fvwm2: restarting fvwm2 reverses the z-order of windows)
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From: Joey Hess <email@example.com>
Subject: fvwm2: restarting fvwm2 reverses the z-order of windows
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I have a standard Restart fvwm2 command in my fvwm2 menus. I've noticed that
when I restart fvwm2, the topmost window ends up buried under all other
windows, and in general, the z-order of all the windows just seems to be
reversed. This gets very annoying, esp. when I restart fvwm2 often to see
new menu entries provided by the debian menu system.
-- System Information
Debian Release: 1.3
Kernel Version: Linux kite 2.0.30 #13 Wed May 28 23:49:18 EDT 1997 i586 unknown
Versions of the packages fvwm2 depends on:
libc5 Version: 5.4.23-4
xlib6 Version: 3.3-2
xpm4.7 Version: 3.4g-9