>Could you send over a simple sample project that shows the issue? I tried something to see if SyntaxEditor was blocking the key but it didn't appear to be.
That's really strange, since I can reproduce this problem simply by adding a SyntaxEditor, 2 Tool windows and a DockManager to the form, and I have the problem in my app as well as in the small demo I tested this on. I'm using the latest version, and I also have beta 4 of SyntaxEditor installed, although not using it in these examples. If the SyntaxEditor is active, the navigation shortcuts are all "swallowed". Really strange. If you're not able to reproduce this, I can send you a small app once I get home.
>The document list is filled in automatically based on what document windows are open. So it looks at the DockManager.ActiveDocuments property, which is handled internally and contains the list of all active document windows.
Well, I'm not using MDI, so I don't know how it's supposed to know about my open windows. As I said, I manage open documents my self, since I'm used to doing that. I use a TabStrip for the visual presentation, and each tab contain a reference to an object I use for storing information about each file. Do I need to add them somewhere or what?