Using multiple keyboard shortcuts with sloppy focus affects unintended windows
Using Gnome 3.28 on NixOS with sloppy focus setting.
My intent is to move a newly opened window to a different screen and there snap it to an edge using keyboard shortcuts.
The problem is now if I press super+alt+right to move the window to another screen, the mouse cursor stays behind and selects a another window, so the following super+right will affect a different window.
In the i3 window manager, this is solved by moving the mouse cursor with the window
- gnome-shell#366 might be related
- Also related but older question: https://askubuntu.com/questions/821673/how-can-i-disable-focus-follows-mouse-when-the-super-key-is-pressed
- One more related question: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/41474276/can-gnome-shell-extensions-move-the-pointer-if-so-how