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Expanding IE Window Bug

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Expanding IE Window Bug

Postby LEB » Mon Aug 17, 2009 9:10 pm


I was playing around with the IE window and I noticed that the window gets flattened while I am trying to expand it.

Basically, when I pull the window outwards, while I am holding on the cursor as it is laying down on the corner of the window and the arrow that points in opposite directions appears, it gets flattened as I attempt to re-size it.

I hope that makes sense.

Note: This only happens to newly opened windows and not already existing ones.
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Re: Expanding IE Window Bug

Postby fond42518 » Sat Oct 08, 2011 12:03 am

What happens to me is that I start up Silveos, log on, start any window, fullscreen/maximize Silveos, and then when I see it again, the bottom of the window is missing (showing desktop/background). The only workaround I found for this was to close the virtual window (not Silveos, but inside of Silveos) and open it again. :cry: :geek:
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