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    Restore F23 windows switching in F24

    I use Alt-` to switch between windows in a single App. This is critical for me. I have one app that has 10+ windows I toggle between all day long.

    Now it is like Windows, requiring Alt-tab, going through all windows in all apps. Plus, all I see now is an icon for app instead of picture of the window, making it impossible to distinguish between the 10+ windows.

    How can I restore the previous window toggling behavior to support Alt-` for windows within a single app? Is this an issue of processes versus threads? Or is this gnome specific?

    ---------- Post added at 09:24 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:21 AM ----------

    Also, I could of sworn I upgraded from F24 to F25 when this change occurred. But /etc/fedora-release still reports 24.

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    Re: Restore F23 windows switching in F24

    UPDATE: As I restart each app, the old behavior is returning for that app. This includes all apps, such as Firefox. What is going on? lol

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