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Nezic
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 7:05 pm   

[2.34] Keyboard focus on command line is forgotten when switching windows
 
When typing on the command line and then switching away to a different window temporarily, the keyboard cursor focus will change back to the character mode and not remain on the command line as expected, which is a little annoying.

I also noticed that when you click back onto the TeSSH window and that first click is on the command line, you can drag the mouse around and highlight the text on the command line even though keystrokes get sent via character mode to the server. When you let go of the mouse after highlighting, the focus remains in character mode.
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Zugg
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 29, 2008 7:23 pm   
 
Yes, this is true. TeSSH always gives preference to the main window character mode when you have character mode enabled. It will not keep the focus in the command line. This is actually by design since when working in Character Mode you usually want it to keep the main window focused and not the command line.

I'll see if I can improve this in the future to see if TeSSH can remember whether the command line last had focus or not, but it will be tricky.
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