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Why is there this problem, which in the version 0.64

Posted: Mon Jan 13, 2014 10:05 am
by yilusheji
Why is there this problem, which in the version 0.64´╝îIn the case of software, the window closes maximized, and then turn on the emergence of this situation´╝îI had a lot of reaction times, which I hope the author can change in the next version

Re: Why is there this problem, which in the version 0.64

Posted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 11:10 am
by xnview
Sorry but i don't understand, you have a problem when you quit XnViewMP with maximized state? Not in previous version??

Re: Why is there this problem, which in the version 0.64

Posted: Wed Jan 15, 2014 11:48 am
by rmtk

Re: Why is there this problem, which in the version 0.64

Posted: Fri Jan 17, 2014 1:48 am
by yilusheji
xnview wrote:Sorry but i don't understand, you have a problem when you quit XnViewMP with maximized state? Not in previous version??
it could be windows7 issue, but when i restore MP from maximized mode it looks like this, so i need to re-size MP window again. besides TreePane became very narrow, so have to adjust it as well. i happens couple times a day, a bit annoying..
please look it it could be fixed

Re: Why is there this problem, which in the version 0.64

Posted: Wed Jan 22, 2014 8:02 am
by yilusheji
xnview wrote:Sorry but i don't understand, you have a problem when you quit XnViewMP with maximized state? Not in previous version??
It is an old bug: viewtopic.php?f=62&t=26172

Re: Why is there this problem, which in the version 0.64

Posted: Tue Feb 04, 2014 2:56 pm
by xnview
but it was fixed!

Re: Why is there this problem, which in the version 0.64

Posted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 3:30 pm
by GeorgD
xnview wrote:but it was fixed!
Sorry to say, Pierre, but window size is "forgotten" also here (v0.64 on Win 7 64bit).

Re: Why is there this problem, which in the version 0.64

Posted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 4:49 pm
by xnview
GeorgD wrote:
xnview wrote:but it was fixed!
Sorry to say, Pierre, but window size is "forgotten" also here (v0.64 on Win 7 64bit).
You start XnViewMP, maximize it, quit, and when you restart it's no more maximized??

Small window size / was: Re: Why is there this problem, whic

Posted: Thu Feb 13, 2014 9:11 pm
by GeorgD
xnview wrote:You start XnViewMP, maximize it, quit, and when you restart it's no more maximized??
On the contrary, it is. My sequence: I start XnViewMP, resize it (e.g. to 3/4 of the screen), maximize it, close it, restart it (it is maximized), un-maximize it and then it's in most cases as big as I made it last time, but sometimes it's so small as shown in the screenshots. I did not yet find any pattern when it's big/small; I've the impression it has to do with changed monitor resolution as it happend the last times after I (dis)connected my Laptop to an external monitor. As it's seldom and very easy to fix (just resize the window and move the vertical separator (Layout3) because left part with preview is too narrow), this issue is not so important for me :)

Re: Small window size / was: Re: Why is there this problem,

Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 8:07 am
by xnview
GeorgD wrote:
xnview wrote:You start XnViewMP, maximize it, quit, and when you restart it's no more maximized??
On the contrary, it is. My sequence: I start XnViewMP, resize it (e.g. to 3/4 of the screen), maximize it, close it, restart it (it is maximized), un-maximize it and then it's in most cases as big as I made it last time, but sometimes it's so small as shown in the screenshots. I did not yet find any pattern when it's big/small;
i can't reproduce, but you have not the bug every time, right??

Re: Small window size / was: Re: Why is there this problem,

Posted: Sat Feb 15, 2014 6:08 am
by GeorgD
xnview wrote:i can't reproduce, but you have not the bug every time, right??
Right, I also cannot reproduce it reliably.