In KDE I have noticed the Kwin capability of editable mouse actions on the window frame, including the middle-click (I used it for "close"), which is normally missing in other window managers. In Gnome/Matacity related desktops (Mate, Pantheon, Budgie, Cinnamon), middle and right-click can be used and edited with
gsetings — excepting for "close"), but not in Xfwm4. (Answers like those under here are applying to metacity I guess. Even so, my gsettings for
org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences action-middle-click-titlebar is 'none'.)
I wonder if there are similar settings for Xfce with Xfwm. I have noticed that middle-click on the window top frame switches between non-minimized windows.
(The behavior is the same as
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences action-middle-click-titlebar with metacity.)
Where is that setting in Xfce with Xfwm4?
Is it editable? Are there other similar mouse-on-window-frame actions available in Xfce with Xfwm4?
In Window Manager (
xfwm4-settings), the only mouse setting is the "double click to maximize"
The same in Settings Editor (
xfce4-settings-editor) under Xfwm4 (nothing about a "middle-click' to 'lower' etc).
In Window Manager Tweaks (
xfwm4-tweaks-settings) there is just a setting for the mouse wheel (under Accessibility for rolling up the window, under Workspaces for switching them.
I cannot find anything else that could trigger the action I'm describing.