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actually i noticed the same thing.. i'm a kde user and it doesn't do that but then i set up another box with gnome and it just loves bringing up new windows
i don't use it much so i haven't even bothered but i feel for ya man
that stuff is sooooooooo annoying
I used to have my system set up so each user could log into KDE or Gnome. My Gnome and KDE desktops were very different. Then KDE and Gnome began sharing desktop files to the point where it is impossible to set them up very differently. Now I just use KDE. As to switching from one to the other I don't think that it makes enough difference to be worth the hassle.