Window management: If a window is "Set above/Always on top" all it's dialogue windows should automatically be "Set above/Always on top" as well, or dialogues will open behind their parent windows

Bug #1166359 reported by MC Return on 2013-04-08
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Bug Description

[How to reproduce]

1.Open any application, for example gedit and set the window above/always on top
2.Open any dialogue window, for example "Open file"

[What you would expect to happen]

The dialogue window should be "Always on top" as well and open in front of gedit.

[What actually happens]

The dialogue window opens behind gedit and if you are lucky it is completely invisible,
the dialogue window is not set to "Set above/Always on top".

MC Return (mc-return) on 2013-04-08
summary: Window management: If a window is "Set above/Always on top" all it's
- dialogs should automatically be "Set above/Always on top" as well or
- dialogues will open behind their parent window
+ dialogs should automatically be "Set above/Always on top" as well, or
+ dialogues will open behind their parent windows
summary: Window management: If a window is "Set above/Always on top" all it's
- dialogs should automatically be "Set above/Always on top" as well, or
- dialogues will open behind their parent windows
+ dialogue windows should automatically be "Set above/Always on top" as
+ well, or dialogues will open behind their parent windows
MC Return (mc-return) on 2013-06-15
Changed in compiz:
milestone: none → 0.9.10.0
importance: Undecided → Medium
MC Return (mc-return) on 2013-07-24
Changed in compiz:
milestone: 0.9.10.0 → 0.9.11.0
Stephen M. Webb (bregma) on 2013-10-30
Changed in compiz:
status: New → Triaged
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