I’m not able to reproduce this issue. I just tried a series of tests using Ditto clipboard manager with the latest beta (126.96.36.199) in SDI mode. I had copied a few things onto the clipboard, and then I opened an editor window, typed some text into it, highlighted a section of text, pressed Ctrl+` to launch Ditto and double-clicked one of the items on the clipboard. I tried this about a dozen and a half times with different permutations of selected text, items in Ditto, and Toad sessions, but each time it simply replaced the highlighted section of text without sending the editor window to the background. If you’re doing something different, feel free to let me know the exact steps you’re doing to replicate the issue.
Interestingly, when I pressed Ctrl+`, clicked on Ditto’s ellipsis button to access the menu, and then selected “Global Hotkeys”, the Ditto window itself jumped to the background each time and Toad stayed in the foreground. I then had to click on the “Ditto” application icon to bring it to the front.
One thought is if you’re accessing the clipboard items directly rather than the method I used above (some older tutorials for Ditto make references to using Win+1, Win+2, Win+3, etc to access clipboard items directly), you may want to make sure those shortcuts aren’t already registered with Windows to perform a different action. For me, pressing Win+3 launches Windows Media Player, and Win+4 is for my default browser. I’d also check Ditto’s Global Hotkeys menu to see if there are other hotkeys that might be registered which might be interfering with it pasting clipboard items into Toad.
As a last step, try resetting your user files under Utilities -> Copy User Settings. Perhaps something in the GUI settings is causing this issue with Toad – resetting the user files may resolve the issue.
Lemme know what you find.