Re: [BUG & PATCH] commandline curosr position on focus in gvim
- Lilydjwg wrote:
> It's not easy to reproduce the problem I've found. You need to use someThanks. Looks safe to include.
> kind of GTK input method, tested ones are fcitx and ibus.
> 1. start gvim, enter insert mode once (for ibus; fcitx doesn't need
> 2. enter commandline mode and optionally type something, then switch to
> another application and switch back;
> 3. the cursor is placed in the window, not the commandline. However,
> continuing to type will bring it back.
> This doesn't happen if I use XIM or none at all. The attached patch
> fixed this.
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