Hiding a window does not deactivate it; thus inputs still get sent to the hidden window.

Issue #188 resolved
Paul Turner created an issue

If you hide the active window (or an ancestor of the active window), inputs are still sent to this hidden window until such time that a different window is activated (either programmatically or via user interaction).

This leads to a situation where the window that visually appears to be the active window actually receives no input, or where a hidden window is still able to receive input and affect the state of the host application.

Reproducibility: always

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  1. Paul Turner reporter

    A fix has been applied for this in branch v0-6 at rev 1703. The fix will be ported to other branches as a batch along with other pending fixes.

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