On Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 11:53 PM, Aaron Jensen wrote:
3) I removed the option completely, it's not needed I don't think.

4) akracun had added some logic to let panes track their focus status so they couldn't ever get double notified. It's not a bad idea, but I was worried that the same way panes would get double notified would lead them to get their is focused flag out of sync with reality so I removed it. I think double notify is better than not notifying, but what do you guys think?

I just realized why these were there in the first place and why the option was called "focus-filter". My apologies for my confusion. Basically, if you enable focus tracking on your external terminal via escaped control sequences, the focus-filter would prevent those from getting to any pane for which it is not enabled on. This is why I was seeing errant focus tracking, because I had it enabled on iTerm as well. I'll add both of those things back in, but add the option as a session option. Does the option name "focus-filter" make sense to you guys? It may have just been my mental block that prevented me from understanding what it did.

Thanks,

Aaron