Windows frontmost app and Rev System Window

Bill Vlahos bvlahos at mac.com
Mon Apr 12 18:24:30 CDT 2010


Upon further testing I think something that is compounding the problem is that I'm testing this on a laptop with a trackpad where a tap is a mouse click. If I use a mouse it behaves more consistently. I wonder if the extra action of the trackpad is causing issues.

Bill Vlahos
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On Apr 12, 2010, at 4:04 PM, Bill Vlahos wrote:

> The Rev system window is always supposed to float above all other windows. However, in Window 7 it only sort of does.
> 
> If a rev system window comes up it does float over everything else. However, it still appears to float above everything in that if I click on an application behind that application comes to the front but doesn't cover the Rev floating window but the title bar of the Rev floating window changes a little to indicate that it is no longer the frontmost window even though nothing else is drawn above it.
> 
> This is causing me a problem with the Login Assistant window in the next version of InfoWallet as it causes inconsistent behavior of the application.
> 
> Is there a way to make sure that the floating window is actually the frontmost window?
> 
> Bill Vlahos
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