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greymont
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Unexpected jump to full screen window

Postby greymont » Sun Jan 17, 2016 7:58 am

I'm using V15 (x64) on Windows 7 ultimate SP1 64-bit. Been using this version for weeks with no problems at all. V continues to be in my top 5 list!

I use the split window view with file hierarchy on left and current directory contents listed on right. When I highlight a file in the right window and go to the Edit menu and pick Copy To Clipboard/File path, the File Viewer immediately maximizes its window (in addition to copying the file path to the clipboard). The maximized window also spans my two displays rather than just maximizing to the current display. If I use the Ctrl-Shift-P the file path is copied tot he clipboard without the window changing at all.

Anyone else seeing this?

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Re: Unexpected jump to full screen window

Postby FileViewer » Sun Jan 17, 2016 4:39 pm

When I highlight a file in the right window and go to the Edit menu and pick Copy To Clipboard/File path, the File Viewer immediately maximizes its window

Unfortunately, I can't reproduce the problem!

Does the same thing happen when you select any of the other clipboard options (like File Name or MSDOS Path)?

greymont
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Re: Unexpected jump to full screen window

Postby greymont » Thu Jan 28, 2016 11:51 am

Curiously, the File Name, File path, MSDOS File Name, MSDOS File Path, and first Unix Path all exhibit this problem. The Cgywin Unix Path, UNC, and URL paths do not!

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Re: Unexpected jump to full screen window

Postby FileViewer » Fri Jan 29, 2016 8:29 pm

Curiously, the File Name, File path, MSDOS File Name, MSDOS File Path, and first Unix Path all exhibit this problem.

This would have to be the weirdest problem ever reported!

I certainly can't reproduce it. I would be interested if anybody else can.

I am suspecting that some third party software on your system might be responsible for this behavior. Some software that is perhaps intercepting messages sent to all windows.


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