|Date: ||Tue, 21 Aug 2007 08:20:02 +0200|
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|From: ||Robert Bardos <bardos2@ANSYS.CH>|
|Subject: ||Re: EG won't let me change size on screen|
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> I get Minimize, a button with a full screen and a smaller one
> (ToolTips says it's "Restore Down", and the Exit button. I don't get
> Maximize as an option because the screen's already maximized. If I click
> restore down, it minimizes (whatever I did made it think my
> desired screen
> size is the same as minimized - that's what it seems like, anyway).
> Thanks for the help, though!
did you happen to have a second screen attached to your workstation? And
move the window outside of screen #1's borders?
Anyway, here's something to experiment with:
Pressing ALT+SpaceBar displays the window control menu. Pressing M ('Move')
lets you move the window around using the arrow keys. Move it right out of
the visible screen area and press enter when done.
You will still see it in the task bar, you can maximize it but restoring it
down makes it disappear again.
Now reverse the process. Verify that the missing windows' task bar icon is
active and press ALT+SpaceBar. The window control menu will show up close
to where the window "left" the visible screen area. Press M and use the
arrow keys to bring the window back to its desired position and press enter
Hope this helps. (Tested with the very same window I wrote this reply in.
Tested with Win2k.)
Similar technique can be used to resize the window. Then it is ALT+SpaceBar
followed by S ('Size').
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