Insert Key issue

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Colest
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Insert Key issue

Post by Colest » Sun Sep 28, 2014 8:42 pm

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So I have ./sync binded to the insert key. I run a macro that syncs every half a second. I'm not entirely sure if this is a bug or just some nuanced interaction with the insert key but if I go to close a window when the sync macro is running sometimes it'll close my other chat windows instead. It doesn't do it every time which is why I hesitant to post this bug report but I think it occurs when I close out a window while simultaneously the insert key is queued by the macro. I am using default UI if that helps any.

Here are the steps I have found that (somewhat) reproduce the bug:
1) Set Insert key to activate every 0.5 seconds
2) Open up a menu window (usually either the track window or the esc main menu)
3) Click the X to close the menu

If it is successfully reproduced, a chat window will close instead of the menu you attempted to close. Sometimes this can happen in succession until all chat windows are closed. It seems to only close chat windows and doesn't affect other UI elements.

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