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Phantom Window Resizing in Windows

Question asked by smoothie on Mar 16, 2012
Latest reply on Mar 21, 2012 by philmodjunk

Summary

Phantom Window Resizing in Windows

Product

FileMaker Pro

Version

11 Pro

Operating system version

Windows 7 64 bit Professional

Description of the issue

As I know you are well aware, when you open a new window in a script step and tell the new window to be a smaller size than the currently open window, if that currently open window is maximized, it spontaneously re-sizes itself to it's un-stretched dimensions.  I've seen excuses on the forums that this is a Windows issue, etc.;  Nonsense!  Windows doesn't care how many maximized windows you have open and doesn't spontaneously change their dimensions.  This is clearly a bug in your code somewhere -  It's very annoying (please don't tell me about the workarounds - I know what they are and they are lame and don't fully solve the problem if the user maximizes the window!)  Under no circumstance should a window resize itself unless the developer has specifically told it to.  Please, Please, Please find this bug and squash it!

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