JDK 1.4.2, win XP, build from 2004/01/30, Separate
Steps to reproduce:
1) Start IDE, clean userdir.
2) Tools/Setup wizard, switch to Separated win mode
3) Open some java source.
4) Make sure output window is closed.
5) Modify source (add space somewhere), then press
F9 to compile.
error: Focus is on output window, but should stay
6) Close output window, bring focus back to editor.
7) Press F9 to compile (don't modify java source!)
error (sometimes): Focus switches to Filesystems,
should remain in editor. Unfortunately, this is
not happening all the time, it's probably focus
timing issue, I have reproduction rate only about
ok, I saw it too, but really don't know when happens or how to reproduce.
Note also issue 39751 in which the bug is that the output window *doesn't* get focus after
Giving this issue to Jano - we need one answer as to what is the right thing before we
change anything else.
The focus should always stay in the editor.
Dafe, I fixed the behaviour described in point 7 yesterday.
Now whenever the compilation window is opened, it's getting fronted.
if it already was opened, it doesn't get fronted anymore. But the
focus doesn't travel to other components anymore.
(at least on macos)
should be fixed, now.
editor keeps focus even when a newly opened compiler output window
This issue is old and I don't know what is the right behaviour in current
version (Build 200507110943), but now when the output is already opened the
editor is still focused after compilation. But when the output is closed before
compilation, after compilatiot the output is focused. Win 2000, JDK 1.6.0-ea
*** This issue has been marked as a duplicate of 39751 ***