Though if you save a file opened from the disconnected non-active session, WinSCP will prompt you to reconnect.
Thanks for the reply!
A quick back story as to why this issue is bothering me so much. I'm running the machine on 2 seperate LAN both of which are connected to the internet. When I run a command to switch the machine to another network, the internet is lost for a split second or two. That interrupts any on-going transfers that I was having.
When a connection drops on an inactive tab, I only get a pop-up at the end of Windows' taskbar telling me the connection is lost due to a network error.
I only get the prompt (within the app) when I switch to its tab. Otherwise it remains inactive. Therefore if I lose internet which will disconnect all the sessions, I'll have go to each session to have them reconnect again.
I set the waiting time to 2 seconds before auto reconnect. Those 2 seconds only roll when I switch to the tabs, else the connections remain disconnected as long as the tabs are inactive.
Sometimes, when the 2 seconds run out, the session is not reconnecting but the auto reconnect prompt runs another 30s. (This is probably a bug)
If the auto reconnect feature is supposed to work that way, it's not working well for multiple tabs.