On Thu, May 28, 2020 at 12:04 AM martin rudalics <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Moves the window to the back of its level in the screen list, without
> changing either the key window or the main window.
> it should but that depends on what "level on the screen list" precisely
It apparently means the entire screen list on the desktop. If you
lower a child frame, the only way to actually lower it (because it's
attached to the stacking context of the parent) is to lower the
parent, or so macOS thinks.
> If it doesn't do the same, we likely have a bug but I cannot check that
> here. Maybe you can try to find out what ns_lower_frame does on your
It appears to do what Emacs is doing, which is the incorrect
behavior--it hides the parent window. Here's a minimal repro without