I have a large project that takes about 20 seconds to compile (i7-8700K 3.7Ghz with 2GB/s PCIe SSD), so I go off and do some work while its building the project and KDS decides to take focus when its complete so what ever i was typing is not happening in KDS in the middle of my code...
How do I stop it KDS taking focus after compile complete? even after the debug is programmed? I tried a few things in preferences but cant seem to find the right thing.
this is not hte case on my side. You mean editing something inside Eclipse, correct?
I can edit things while it compiles and it does not take fokus.
Could it be that you have a very special post-build action which does this?
Or can you provide more details what you actually mean?
When I am using another program i.e. writing an email, googling, writing documents. Anything outside of KDS and it decides it will take control of windows and take focus from what I was doing.
I don't see that on my side (Windows 10). So it might be some setting in our OS (no clue where to configure something like this) or a setting in Eclipse I'm not aware of. Does it happen as well in a new workspace? In that case it is most likely your host OS doing that?
It also takes focus when a break point is hit. Its really frustrating having a program think its so important it can just take focus when ever something happens.