Using Eclipse Neon on Linux Mint with Xfce and "focus follows mouse" enabled, I try to use "quick switch windows" or "next editor" (CTRL+E or CTRL+F6) in the default bindings. In both cases, weird things happen to the keyboard focus.
With "quick switch windows" the popup dialog appears at the top right of the editor, I am able to select another editor, its tab is moved to front, but I cannot type in the window. The keyboard focus seems to be nowhere at all. To type again in the window, I have to move the mouse out of the window, click and move it in again
With "next editor", a popup dialog appears roughly in the middle of the screen, but it does not work if the mouse is not, just by accident, inside the menu.
If I switch off "focus follows mouse", the two dialogues work as expected. But this is really no solution for me. This worked in previous versions of Eclipse.
Has anyone managed to find the one configuration tweak that gets me out of this, probably not related to eclipse but another application showing similar behavior?