This is just a minor suggestion relative to ease-of-use and no-mouse-needed navigation.
I suggest that MyGeneration should set focus back to the template editor after ALT+TAB window switch.
Here are the details.
--I am in MyGeneration editing a template and the cursor is on a given line blinking-- so, focus is set to the template editor.
--I use ALT+TAB to switch windows to switch from MyGeneration to VS.NET to copy some text.
--I copy the text in VS.NET.
--Now, I use ALT+TAB to switch from VS.NET to MyGeneration.
--Much to my dismay, the focus is not longer set to the template editor.
--I have to click on the template with the cute little mousey-mouse, moving my fingers from their comfortable spots on the efficient keyboard.
--When this happens, which is often, I sometimes think to myself-- \"gee... wouldn't it be nice if the cursor were still in the template editor and focus was set back to where it was before I switched windows... I should mention this to those excellent people over at MyGeneration as suggestion\".
(So, you see, even if you do NOT implement this feature, at the very least I will no longer have to think \"I should suggest this as a feature\"; so, maybe that's the main reason I am submitting this suggestion.)
And so on.
Therefore, and seriously, the reasons for this change would be to enhance productivity, ease of use, and overall usability.
(Of course, this is a minor suggestion and by no means a show-stopper; but, as we know, it is those little persistent nags that make the developer say \"I wish this program would just...\" that make the user experience more or less enjoyable.)
Thank you for listening.