I find the Lock In Place facility useful, specially when I’m orbiting a few QuickReference panels around the main editor window.
So: main editor locked in place; then I go to open a new file from the binder in the main editor … but I forget (or overlook) that the existing one is locked in place, despite the helpful reddened title bar.
New file I’ve clicked is selected and highlighted. Oh, silly me, I say at this point (actual phrase edited for filth), I need to unLock the main editor. I do that. I go back and click the file I want to open. But – and this is the point I’m making – Scriv interprets that as a second click on the already selected/highlighted binder file, and opens the name slot for editing. Caramba!
Then I click the file I want yet again, and it opens, at last.
I realise this is a minor irritation, but it does seem to happen to me a good few times a day. OK, I should keep my aged eyes open for the tell-tale reddened title bar. But is there anything else to be done? Or is that just the way it is?