It actually applies to other apps as well... for example, I have two monitors with e-Sword always maximized in my right screen (running windows, BTW)... if I open a notepad note and move it in front of the e-Sword, then when I move my mouse away from the note (over the e-Sword), then e-Sword steals the focus. Same with calculator or any other app. Previous version (10.4.0) did not do this. Still on 11.0.1 right now.
You are quite correct, as is Josh. That said, here is what I have experienced:
If one moves the mouse to the toolbars and the Tab areas only, the cursor remains visible in the text area, which tends to indicate that the focus is still on the text area of the editor. However, and this is one really massive However thingy once the mouse is moved into the text area of the any of resource windows, the focus in the text editor goes off.
Now the technical explanation for this. And this is really technical so I hope I can explain this to you without too much or as little as possible techno speak... Right, get ready, set and go... That is what is suppose to happen. That means its not a glitch or a bug in the program. It is what is suppose to do because the program assumes you are going to something in that area, e.g., like select some text and do a copy and paste, or something else.
Now, I reckon to some this might be a right royal pain in the butt kind of thing, however, this is something which happens in ordinary word processors and text editors, like Notepad Pro, Notepad++ and etc. And therefore its not really something that is new. In fact its common as muck. And guess what?! It even happens in the code editor of Visual Studio.
So, with that, I hope this has helped some if not all, and I hope there wasn't too much techno speak.
So on that note,
Edited by APsit190, 24 July 2016 - 04:22 PM.