In OS 9 and below, when an application was selected, all of it's application windows came to the foreground. OS X allows application windows to be interlaced. I much prefer the OS 9 behavior, and I'd like to make OS X work that way. I vaguely remember a setting that could be changed via command line that would restore this behavior. I think I read it on these pages, but I may have seen it elsewhere. Regardless, I couldn't find it when I searched the forums. Anyone remember this trick and how to do it? Also, does it still work with Panther (I'm running 10.3.5)? I think I saw the trick in the 10.1.X days. Any help would be appreciated. s.n.goat __NOTE__ What I really want is to be able to click on my desktop and bring all finder windows to the foreground. Perhaps I can change the behavior of the Finder w/0 changing other programs?