norbert wrote:nicerobot wrote:Also, it'd be nice if it was a floating panel (see UIElementInspector example application) instead of whatever LB is doing. LB doesn't act like QS and UIElementInspector's floating panel. QS and UIElementInspector don't take input focus (they do take window focus). That is, when the QS window has focus, if the cursor was in a text field before activating QS, you'll still see the cursor in the focused application (the one with the menu) as if you could still type (though you can't because the window doesn't have focus).
Just turn on the "Nonactivating Mode" in LaunchBar Preferences > General.
BTW, That's not documented in the help and no tooltip appears on hover of the checkbox and item. It makes sense now, but i wasn't sure what it was pertaining to and didn't appear to have any effect when i toggled it