Stack opens behind Windows desktop
J. Landman Gay
jacque at hyperactivesw.com
Mon Sep 8 23:08:59 CDT 2008
> Holá Jacqueline,
> Yes we have same problem here, no idea, why and thought, it would be a
> spanish problem :-)
> Working with Win 2000, Win XP and RR 2.9
I just compiled with Rev 3.0 and the problem is still there, but just
for that one person. Are your stack's window decorations set to empty?
I'm going to send this person a standalone with default decorations and
see if that helps. Have you been able to find a consistent recipe? Is it
always on only one machine or does it always happen to you?
> Ho finds a solution will be my hero!
> best regards
> J. Landman Gay wrote:
>> Odd Windows problem, that happens inconsistently: A standalone's
>> mainstack has its decorations set to empty and is sized to the
>> windowboundingrect. On launch, or sometimes when maximizing from the
>> task bar, the stack window opens invisibly. One person described it as
>> being "behind" the desktop. It can sometimes be brought back to view by
>> pressing the Windows key on the keyboard, and when that key is released
>> the stack pops back into view where it belongs.
>> I've tried forcing it by specifically issuing the "toplevel" command and
>> the "show" command on both openstack and uniconifystack. The client says
>> it still sometimes fails to display. I've seen it happen only once, on
>> launch, and couldn't reproduce it again. It never happens in the IDE.
>> The stack is never made invisible or hidden; only its iconic is changed.
>> This happens only on Windows, the Mac version goes to and from the dock
>> without any problem. Has anyone seen this?
>> Jacqueline Landman Gay | jacque at hyperactivesw.com
>> HyperActive Software | http://www.hyperactivesw.com
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