I’m wondering how many people have been in the situation where they were pushing shortcuts on the keyboard while the mouse was hovering a different area of Blender than they thought or needed.
Example: “You are pushing the ‘T’ key to close the toolbar of the 3D view but it doesn’t work because your mouse pointer is over the timeline.”
Does it happen to you? Are you bothered by this?
Why am I asking this? The sloppy focus model is often used for advanced applications but even experienced users now and then run into the mentioned situation. I’m currently doing a research into the sloppy focus model by means of eye gaze tracking. It might be useful for Blender in the future, ie. the area you look at in Blender will be active instead of the area hovered by the mouse.