"<Application> is ready" middleman notifications
Sometimes when I get a notification, for instance if I get an email and Evolution notifies me, when I click on the notification, it opens a second "Evolution is ready" notification. I have to click on that second notification to actually get to the application/content. This also happens with Firefox notifications and others.
Why does this happen? I'm assuming there's a reason for the " is ready" middleman notifications, but I can't figure out what that reason would be.
Someone mentioned that those are supposed to happen when the program is closed, in which case the program opens behind your current window then lets you know that it is open and ready to use. However:
- This is happening to me with programs that are already open.
- If I'm clicking on a notification, I don't want whatever action it takes to be in the background. I want to be taken directly to that content or program.
The only other thought I had was maybe this was happening with programs that are open by hidden with Super-h. That is not the case, though, as Firefox and Evolution aren't hidden when they produce this behavior.