> 1. Launch PIDA with embedded vim - editor is not initially focused
>
> 2. CTRL-SHIFT-E - does not focus the editor. In fact, at this point,
>     PIDA does not seem to notice any keyboard input.

This is not a problem here. When started up, the shortcuts work.


> 3. Click in editor window to focus.
>
> 4. With vim focused, CTRL-SHIFT-F - does not focus the file browser.
>
> 5. Open file browser with mouse.
>
> 6. CTRL-SHIFT-E will now focus the editor, but CTRL-SHIFT-F will not
>     return focus to the file browser

Where is your mouse pointer in these moments? This is not a joke: My
embedded vim obviously tries to grab the mouse focus to hide the mouse
pointer, so vim gets mouse focus even if you don't click. But if your
mouse pointer resides over the pida-frame-window vim cannot grab it
and the shortcuts will continue to work.

Can you confirm this behaviour?


Ali: is there a way to make pida use a certain vim-binary? Might it an
idea to try a vim compiled without x-support instead of gvim?

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