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when executing magit-status and quickly focus out emacs, after the magit buffer pops up, emacs grabs the focus back. This is quite inconvenient. Is there a way to prevent that focus changing?

The way to reproduce this issue:

  1. emacs -Q and load magit.
  2. using magit-status command to load a middle size git project (which takes 1-2 seconds).
  3. in the meantime, quickly focus away from the Emacs frame, say clicking on a browser window.
  4. when magit-status buffer pops up, it grabs the focus back (which is what I'm trying to avoid)

Env:

Archlinux
i3wm
Emacs 27.0.50
magit d9ae466377b30d544fcbf5c57af1a60b350931af
  • Maybe you can take a look at the variable magit-display-buffer-noselect, it seems when it is the default value, the function magit-display-buffer tries to raise the frame. FWIW, I can't reproduce the issue on Mac. – xuchunyang Mar 14 '18 at 19:21
  • @xuchunyang magit-display-buffer-noselect works! thank you. – Amos Mar 15 '18 at 2:17
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    Could one of you please turn this into an answer? – tarsius Mar 17 '18 at 12:41
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Set magit-display-buffer-noselect to t to prevent magit-display-buffer from calling select-window.

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