Losing cursor after file synch

If I modify files from under IDEA (EAP 1032), after the editor has resynchronized, I lose the edit cursor.
The case Im seeing here is that I re-run idlj to regenerate the source Java files from some IDL, and then IDEA detects that the source files have altered, and reloads them / re-parses them (or whatever it does)

I can shift-select (using the cursor keys), and I can delete what Ive selected, but I cant insert anything.

Closing and reopening the file doesnt correct this problem. Sometimes (but rarely), forcing a resycnh (from the File menu) gives me back the cursor.

Solaris 8
EAP Build 1032


Nick

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What window manager are you using? It look to me like a problem of the
WM. It works fine for me under KDE, but happens the same under
Enlightenment (SuSE 8.2).

Sven
Nick Pratt wrote:

If I modify files from under IDEA (EAP 1032), after the editor has resynchronized, I lose the edit cursor.
The case Im seeing here is that I re-run idlj to regenerate the source Java files from some IDL, and then IDEA detects that the source files have altered, and reloads them / re-parses them (or whatever it does)

I can shift-select (using the cursor keys), and I can delete what Ive selected, but I cant insert anything.

Closing and reopening the file doesnt correct this problem. Sometimes (but rarely), forcing a resycnh (from the File menu) gives me back the cursor.

Solaris 8
EAP Build 1032


Nick

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Gnome 2

Ill try it with CDE, although with the latest build (1050) its a lot better than it was, but does still occur.

Nick

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