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Closing Status Bar window size bug

Question asked by kohanmike on Oct 20, 2009
Latest reply on Oct 27, 2009 by kohanmike

Summary

Closing Status Bar window size bug

Description of the issue

FileMaker Product(s) involved:   FileMaker Pro Advanced 10.0v3 MacintoshOperating System(s) involved:   Mac OS 10.4.11 Detailed description of the issue:When hiding the Status Bar, the window reduces in size. It only happens when the window is near the bottom of screen. If the window is not near the bottom of the screen, showing the Status Bar enlarges the window down, and when subsequently hiding the Status Bar, it moves the window back up, always keeping it's original size. If the window is near the bottom of the screen, showing the Status Bar slides the layout down partially out of view, but when hiding the Status Bar, it improperly pulls the bottom of the window up rather than sliding the layout back into view. This is an obvious bug in that the if it knows enough to slide the layout down, it should know to slide it back up rather than reduce the size of the window.Exact steps to reproduce the issue:    1. Move a window near the bottom of the screen.    2. Show the Status Bar.   3. Hide the Status Bar. Expected Result:   The layout should slide up back into view. Actual Result:   The window reduces in size and does not show the part of the layout that is supposed to be visible. 

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