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Reflection loses cursor

Reflection loses cursor

Reflection loses cursor

Hi all,

I'm new on the forum.  I just upgraded to Reflection for IBM 2008, Version R1 (15.2.499.0).

I have configured to run in classic mode because I like to
switch through several sessions with alt+tab keys so I don't need to use the mouse to select a session from the ribbon.
However, I have a problem where when I switch with alt+tab, I lose the cursor from the session I switch to.  I noticed that if I begin typing, usually one of the drop down menus will highlight if I hit a matching letter, ie Session.  If I then hit escape, I get my cursor back.  The other way I get my cursor back is to use my mouse and click on the screen.

Is there some setting to correct this behavior so that when I switch to a session, the cursor is not lost in this way?
It is really frustrating to me and actually caused a production outage since clicking on the mouse, I must have inadvertantly dragged and removed a character in a file.

Any suggestions would be great.



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