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Holding Down Mouse Key causes Webpages to resize

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siliconman01
417 discussion posts
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
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
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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NetMage
268 discussion posts
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
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
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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