Thread overview
Every since upgrading build gets focus in visual d
Apr 02
Alex
Apr 05
Pham
April 02
When I build in visual d now, the build window gets focus and I cannot edit immediately without  going back to the text editor. Also if I hit ctrl-s after a build(I know, not needed, but I do it out of habit sometimes) I get the build text save dialog.

For some reason the window is getting focus and it used to not do this.

If, for example, I build then realize I made a typo or forgot a ; and try to add it, I can't any more because the build window is focused.
April 04

On 02/04/2019 13:42, Alex wrote:
> When I build in visual d now, the build window gets focus and I cannot edit immediately without  going back to the text editor. Also if I hit ctrl-s after a build(I know, not needed, but I do it out of habit sometimes) I get the build text save dialog.
> 
> For some reason the window is getting focus and it used to not do this.
> 
> If, for example, I build then realize I made a typo or forgot a ; and try to add it, I can't any more because the build window is focused.

I have been annoyed by this, too. I don't think this is caused by Visual D, though, it happens for C# and C++ projects, too, even if Visual D is not installed.

I suspect this has been introduced by some VS update, but I'm not sure how long its been this way.
April 05
On Thursday, 4 April 2019 at 21:58:54 UTC, Rainer Schuetze wrote:
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> On 02/04/2019 13:42, Alex wrote:
>> When I build in visual d now, the build window gets focus and I cannot edit immediately without  going


Another item is “go to definition” does not work if using selective import

import std.xyz: xxx;

xxx  <—using go to definition will move cursor to the import statment but i want it to the place of implementation, same as module only import


April 21

On 06/04/2019 01:30, Pham wrote:
> On Thursday, 4 April 2019 at 21:58:54 UTC, Rainer Schuetze wrote:
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>> On 02/04/2019 13:42, Alex wrote:
>>> When I build in visual d now, the build window gets focus and I cannot edit immediately without  going
> 
> 
> Another item is “go to definition” does not work if using selective import
> 
> import std.xyz: xxx;
> 
> xxx  <—using go to definition will move cursor to the import statment but i want it to the place of implementation, same as module only import
> 

There have been some issues in that area, please try https://github.com/dlang/visuald/releases/tag/v0.49.1