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Position of UI not correct when Maximizing and vice versa

Post by ikarus1969 » Wed Aug 04, 2010 8:57 am

Hi Pavel,

in the following situation the positioning and (or?) sizing of the UI (time-line, forecast panel and inspector) is not correct:

start with YoWindow on the desktop - not maximized with all 3 UIs visible.
Then hide them with the "TAB"-key.
Next maximize YoWindow.
Now reveal the UI again with the "TAB"-key.

What you get is:
YoWindow - Minimized to Maximized.jpg
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The same if you:
start with YoWindow on the desktop - this time maximized with all 3 UIs visible.
Then hide them with the "TAB"-key.
Next reduce YoWindow with the button in the title-bar (not minimizing! - use the button in the middle).
Now reveal the UI again with the "TAB"-key.

What you get is:
YoWindow - Maximized to Minimzed.jpg
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And maybe, if you have time, can you please add some code so that if one presses "1", "2" and/or "3" the arrows in the menu reflects this? (see my old post)

Thank you in advance!
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Re: Position of UI not correct when Maximizing and vice versa

Post by Mallorca » Wed Aug 04, 2010 9:29 am

Hi friends,

i can follow up this phenomenon. See screenshot.
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Have a nice day
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Re: Position of UI not correct when Maximizing and vice versa

Post by dc1jr » Wed Aug 04, 2010 11:16 am

hi guys,

I guess this is a special "feature" of WIN 7 :)

with XP this feature is not visible for me

I am running Win XP prof and XP home and use the RC 348

have a nice day and lots of success getting rid of this bug :D

Uli

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Re: Position of UI not correct when Maximizing and vice versa

Post by ikarus1969 » Wed Aug 04, 2010 1:00 pm

dc1jr wrote:hi guys,

I guess this is a special "feature" of WIN 7 :)
No, i'm sorry - i am also using WinXP Service-Pack 3 and RC 348.
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Re: Position of UI not correct when Maximizing and vice versa

Post by dc1jr » Wed Aug 04, 2010 1:18 pm

a good day to you ikarus,

I hope you are doing fine. I am also running SP3 on Win XP but cant realize this problem - why? :?

kind regards

Uli

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Re: Position of UI not correct when Maximizing and vice versa

Post by ikarus1969 » Wed Aug 04, 2010 1:21 pm

dc1jr wrote:a good day to you ikarus,

I hope you are doing fine. I am also running SP3 on Win XP but cant realize this problem - why? :?

kind regards

Uli
Who knows? :?

Did you exactly follow my "instructions"? (Hmmm, now i would like to have a screen-recorder to record a short movie...)
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Re: Position of UI not correct when Maximizing and vice versa

Post by FvE » Wed Aug 04, 2010 8:37 pm

Hi Reinhart,

I can reproduce it on my XP, SP3 Laptop, don't worry ;)

I can only wish Pavel goodluck solving it.
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Re: Position of UI not correct when Maximizing and vice versa

Post by countryroads » Wed Aug 04, 2010 10:17 pm

Hi Reinhart,

I have a Windows Xp Narrow Screen with 2 hour battery from 2009 that looks almost identical to your pictures.

Due to my Winter classes, I picked up a Windows Xp Wide Screen with 8 hour battery this year. With the wide screen, the results are not as off center, but they still are. The pictures that I am showing are from the wide screen.

Marty
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Re: Position of UI not correct when Maximizing and vice versa

Post by par » Sat Aug 07, 2010 8:04 am

Solved, see new RC.
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Re: Position of UI not correct when Maximizing and vice versa

Post by ikarus1969 » Sat Aug 07, 2010 8:12 am

It was nothing preventing YoWindow from using it but anyway: thank you very much!
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