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I have a script where I activate a shortcut after clicking a mouse button, but I need the window under the cursor to be focused for this to work. I tried sending a normal click before the shortcut, but it can cause accidental clicks. Is there a way to trigger a raise/focus to the window below the cursor?

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    Have a look at wmctrl. I don't use KDE, so I don't know if it will work with KDE. Anyhow, you need to communicate with KDE's window manager to achieve this, if not with wmctrl, then through some KDE-specific mechanism. – dirkt May 23 at 5:31
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I found a solution:

# Find the id of the window under the cursor
sedGetValue='s/.*=\(.*\)/\1/'
id=`xdotool getmouselocation --shell 2>/dev/null | grep WINDOW | sed "$sedGetValue"`

# Focus the window
wmctrl -iR "$id"
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