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Package for reporting GUI problem in Ubuntu 19.10
December 14, 2019
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It’s not a bug it’s a feature. Follow the steps from this answer:
Gnome Shell, which is used by Ubuntu, has the feature that launched
applications are opened in the background. While this may be desirable
in some workflows, many users will consider this an annoyance. A gnome
Shell extension, appropriately named “No Annoyance”, changes this
behavior, and makes sure a launched application is immediately raised.
Install the extension with the command
sudo apt install gnome-shell-extension-no-annoyance, or using Synaptic Manager (not
installed by default) or even using “Software”. To enable the
extension after installation, you can use “Gnome Tweaks” (not
installed by default).