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Old 03-05-2012, 03:29 AM   #1
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Gnome 3 and Citrix Receiver focus issue

Hi all,

I've just installed Fedora 15 which uses Gnome 3, along with Citrix Receiver.

Very often, the desktop running through Citrix Receiver steal the focus or whatever it is, causing my CTRL-ALT-<down/up> to stop working. To get CTRL-ALT-<down/up> working again I must press ALT-F2, which is not optimal when for example MS Outlook has the focus.

So what I'd like is a way to avoid the desktops running through Citrix Receiver grab the focus thing, so that I won't have to press ALT-F2 to get it working again.

Anyone knows how to get this working?



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