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Do you mean that, if you install CodeLite in a Live ISO guest, it doesn't lose keystrokes?
Yes, but I was fooled by the workspace status, in the VM I did not create a workspace so all worked OK.
By creating a workspace, then a project, then editing main.c the issue confirms even in the Live original ISO guest.
So I did this test, hope you can simulate it using the exact same procedure.
1. Start a VM (VMware Player 6.0.4 build-2249910) with the standard Ubuntu 14.10 64bit desktop ISO (md5sum = 08494b448aa5b1de963731c21344f803 ubuntu-14.10-desktop-amd64.iso)
2. Let expire the boot timeout. Once on the desktop click "Try Ubuntu".
3. Set the screen resolution to 1440x900 (Tray menu / System settings / Display), click keep configuration. Don't modify the keyboard layout, here I manually adapt for differences in typing.
4. Open firefox to get the CL61-64 deb address.
5. CTRL+ALT+T to open a shell.
6. $ wget http://repos.codelite.org/ubuntu/pool/u ... _amd64.deb
7. $ sudo dpkg --ignore-depends=codelite -i codelite_6.1-1.utopic_amd64.deb
8. Execute codelite from the Unity dash, confirm GCC.
9. Workspace / New workspace (temp1, OK)
10. Workspace / New project / Console (Simple executable GCC, next, temp2, next, finish)
11. Double click over main.c
12. Insert a line before #include, saying some silly things
13. Issue reproduced, lot of keystrokes lost.
14. Workspace / Close workspace
15. File / New / New empty file
16. Issue not reproduced now.
Hope this can help.
Thank you David.