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Holding Down Mouse Key causes Webpages to resize

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This is on Windows 7 x64 Pro with IE9 (Updated Beta1)

If you have a webpage maximized and point/click/and hold the mouse on the top edge of webpage, the webpage will resize. Often it will also identify the monitor. If you click and hold on the Red X in the upper right corner, it will Identify the monitor. If DF is closed down, this does not happen.
ASUS home built Pc on Windows 10 x64 Pro with 3 Dell U2719D monitors. Dell XPS 8940SE on Windows 11x64 Pro with 2 Dell U2719D monitors.
Dec 8, 2010  • #1
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It looks like IE9 isn't returning the correct values for the hittest. This is a bug in IE9 and hopefully one that will be fixed before it goes final. :)
Dec 11, 2010  • #2
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I had this happen today on my Win7 x64 system and I am not running IE 9. I am running some strange corporate applications, however.

I was using DF Beta 10 at the time.

I didn't get the resize, I did get the monitor identify when I was attempting to close some app (don't remember which one).
Jan 6, 2011  • #3
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Unfortunately there are tons of applications that don't return the correct hittest values. Some of the more popular ones (like Winamp and iTunes) I've hard-coded exceptions for, but I can't do this for everything. The best thing to do is create a Compatibility item for that application and disable maximized window dragging. :)
Jan 20, 2011  • #4
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