Version: 1.6 (using KDE KDE 3.5.8)
Installed from: Debian testing/unstable Packages
On a Windows machine, I started X server.
I opened shell and started Konsole.
Working on Konsole, I switch to other local application using Alt+Tab.
When I get back to Konsole, the menu bar has the focus, so I can't type, unless I bring the cursor back to focus using my mouse. This is very annoying!
This bug does not occurs on a normal KDE session on the Linux machine itself.
When I bring Konsole back to foreground by pressing the Konsole application button on Windows's Taskbar, the cursor is focused and I can type.
It only happens when I use 'Alt-Tab' to bring it to foreground. Therefore, I believe this bug happends because Konsole traps the 'Alt-Tab' keystroke that brought it back to foreground, and treats the 'Alt' key which focuses the application menu bar.
I have no means to test this myself I'm afraid.
If the menu bar has focus you can get back to the terminal display by pressing the TAB key a couple of times. The first TAB focuses the tab bar and the second focuses the display area. Hopefully this should suffice.
I am aware that I can get back to the terminal display by pressing ALT+TAB once.
However, this is quite annoying...
The problem is that Konsole regards the ALT-TAB key-press as a pressing of ALT, then releasing of it, which results in menu bar getting focus (the 'Session' menu item).
Is there any other developer who is willing to fix this?
KDE 3 is no longer supported. Reopen if you can duplicate this under KDE 4. Thanks.