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diff --git a/doc/how-to-get-focus-right.txt b/doc/how-to-get-focus-right.txt
index c7d807b..53cfa52 100644
--- a/doc/how-to-get-focus-right.txt
+++ b/doc/how-to-get-focus-right.txt
@@ -21,7 +21,6 @@ Focus method Invariant
sloppy If the mouse is in a window, then it is focused; if the
mouse is not in a window, then the most recently used
window is focused.
-
mouse If the mouse is in a non-DESKTOP window, then it is focused;
otherwise, the designated "no_focus_window" is focused
@@ -36,7 +35,6 @@ Focus method Behavior
on top)
sloppy Focus the window containing the pointer if there is such
a window, otherwise focus the most recently used window.
-
mouse Focus the non-DESKTOP window containing the pointer if
there is one, otherwise focus the designated
"no_focus_window".
@@ -66,9 +64,9 @@ cases in which a new window shouldn't be focused:
To handle these cases, Metacity compares timestamps of the event that
caused the launch and the timestamp of the last interaction with the
-focused window. (Case 2 is handled by providing a special timestamp
-of 0 for the launch time, which ensures that the window that appears
-doesn't get focus)
+focused window. (Case 2 is handled by the application providing a
+special timestamp of 0 for the launch time, which ensures that the
+window that appears doesn't get focus)
If the newly launched window isn't focused, some things should be done
to alert the user that there is a window to work with:
@@ -88,10 +86,10 @@ attempt to handle the INHERENTLY CONFLICTING CONSTRAINTS. Metacity does
this by having a mouse_mode boolean used to determine which of the two
sets of invariants holds. This mode is set according to which method was
most recently used to choose a focus window:
- 1) When receiving EnterNotify/LeaveNotify events from mouse movement, set
+ 1) When receiving EnterNotify events from mouse movement, set
mouse_mode to TRUE.
2) When using keynav to choose a focus window (e.g. alt-tab, alt-esc,
- move-window-to-workspace keybindings), set mouse_mode to FALSE.
+ alt-f2, move-window-to-workspace keybindings), set mouse_mode to FALSE.
3) When handling events that don't choose a focus window but rather need
a focus_window chosen for them (e.g. switch-to-workspace keybindings),
don't change the mouse_mode and just use the current value.