In the Docking Demo supplied with LMD DockingPack 2013, I notice that if you create a new document window and then make it floating, then you cannot access the application menu without the floating panel losing focus.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Launch the Docking Demo and select VS2010 style.
2. Invoke FILE>New Text File.
3. Drag the tab thus created to make it float as a separate window.
4. Click again on the FILE menu.
Expected result: The floating window remains focused with an orange caption (as in Visual Studio 2010).
Actual result: The floating window loses focus; the caption turns blue.
I get the same behaviour in my own application that uses LMD DockingPack. This is a serious problem for me because it means that none of the menu commands that operate on the focused control will work with floating windows. For example, I can't save the content of a floating window because when the Save command executes a different window now has focus.
How can I ensure that the floating window retains focus when I click on the main menu, as in Visual Studio 2010?