#2503 Cursor doesn't reappear after shift tab from Hypersearch win

minor bug
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2006-01-13
2006-01-13
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Version 4.3pre:
With the Hyper search bar docked to the right of the
screen. Performing a hyper search moves the focus from
the main window to the hyper search window and hides
the cursor in the main window. On using the keyboard
short-cut SHIFT+TAB the focus returns to the main
window, however the cursor doesn't reappear.

Discussion

  • Shaun McDonald
    Shaun McDonald
    2006-05-26

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    Possibly similar to http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?
    func=detail&aid=1476312&group_id=588&atid=100588?

     
  • Robert Schwenn
    Robert Schwenn
    2007-02-14

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    Still occurs in jEdit 4.3pre9.
    It's not an issue when selecting a hypersearch result with the mouse.

    java 1.5.0_11
    WinXp SP2

     
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    I found that [Shift]+[TAB] moves focus to
    [Toggle Multiple Result] button. This can be verified
    with pressing [Space] key. Then the actual problems
    are:
    1.
    Nothing shows the keyboard focus on buttons in the
    dockables. I can see a border when hovering the
    mouse cursor on these buttons. Is it possible to
    reuse the border to show the keyboard focus?
    2.
    While keyboard focus is on a dockable button, almost
    all keys work for the textArea. I think they should
    not work. Optional beep sound may help, but it is
    not required if the problem 1 is solved.

     
  • Robert Schwenn
    Robert Schwenn
    2008-02-05

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    It's still the same.

    Interesting: Although the focus is moved to the [Toggle Multiple Result] button, pressing the cursor keys UP and DOWN results in changing the active line in the text area (but the button keeps the focus).

    jEdit 4.3pre12
    SUN JRE 1.6.0_03
    WInXP SP2