Minimize shortcut (Alt+M) in comparing dialog is not available in 5.9.2

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Minimize shortcut (Alt+M) in comparing dialog is not available in 5.9.2

I'm used to pressing "Alt+M" when the Synchronization's comparing dialog appears, with new interface it's now a button with "_" glyph. However the keyboard shortcut "Alt+M" does not work anymore, I have to use mouse to click the icon.

Here is the dialog I'm talking about:



It minimizes if I press the button but not with Alt+M.

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Re: Minimize shortcut (Alt+M) in comparing dialog is not available in 5.9.2

I'm sending you an email with a development version of WinSCP to the address you have used to register on this forum.

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martin wrote:

I'm sending you an email with a development version of WinSCP to the address you have used to register on this forum.

There is one problem with this now, when I hit the ALT+M during synchronization it minimizes, but when the window is restored the main window (instead of the dialog) is active.

Normally if I hit minimize during synchronization the dialog is activated as I restore.

Activating a main window causes interesting side effect, I can start adventurous journey through main window which is not normally possible when modal dialog is open.

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Ciantic wrote:

There is one problem with this now, when I hit the ALT+M during synchronization it minimizes, but when the window is restored the main window (instead of the dialog) is active.

Normally if I hit minimize during synchronization the dialog is activated as I restore.
What does "normally" refers to? Clicking the button as opposite to pressing Alt+M?

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