xcb_set_input_focus - Sets input focus
(xcb_connection_t * conn
, xcb_window_t focus
- The XCB connection to X11.
- One of the following values:
- The focus reverts to XCB_NONE, so no window will have the input
- The focus reverts to XCB_POINTER_ROOT respectively. When the focus
reverts, FocusIn and FocusOut events are generated, but the
last-focus-change time is not changed.
- The focus reverts to the parent (or closest viewable ancestor) and the new
revert_to value is XCB_INPUT_FOCUS_NONE.
- NOT YET DOCUMENTED. Only relevant for the xinput extension.
Specifies what happens when the focus
window becomes unviewable (if
is neither XCB_NONE
- The window to focus. All keyboard events will be reported to this window.
The window must be viewable (TODO), or a xcb_match_error_t occurs
If focus is XCB_NONE (TODO), all keyboard events are discarded
until a new focus window is set.
If focus is XCB_POINTER_ROOT (TODO), focus is on the root
window of the screen on which the pointer is on currently.
- Timestamp to avoid race conditions when running X over the network.
The special value XCB_CURRENT_TIME will be replaced with the current
Changes the input focus and the last-focus-change time. If the specified
is earlier than the current last-focus-change time, the request is
ignored (to avoid race conditions when running X over the network).
A FocusIn and FocusOut event is generated when focus is changed.
Returns an xcb_void_cookie_t
. Errors (if any) have to be handled in the
If you want to handle errors directly with xcb_request_check
. See xcb-requests(3)
- The specified focus window is not viewable.
- TODO: Reasons?
- The specified focus window does not exist.
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