Unintentional collapsing of windows in Vista !!!

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Yves Dubeau, Mar 26, 2007.

  1. Yves Dubeau

    Yves Dubeau Guest

    There is a very annoying behavior on my computer. The issue is that when I
    open a window at times it collapses to the bottom task bar. An example is
    while composing an e-mail then moving the mouse to send the window might
    collapse and one think that the message was sent, however later on you see
    the collapse window in the bottom or two days later you see your e-mail in
    your draft folder. Other windows will collapse in other program as well.
    Currently in the appearance settings are set to Vista Aero. I would
    appreciate feedback in order to solve this annoying phenomena!
     
    Yves Dubeau, Mar 26, 2007
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  2. That's a new one! What video card are you using and does it have Vista
    drivers?
     
    Adam Albright, Mar 26, 2007
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  3. Yves Dubeau

    minimage Guest

    Could you be accidentally triggering a Flick?
    'Vista Gestures' (http://www.wacom.com/vista/gestures.cfm)
    'GottaBeMobile.com - Vista and Tablet PCs - A Pen Flick InkShow - Your
    Tablet PC and Ultra-Mobile PC news source'
    (http://www.gottabemobile.com/vistaandtabletpcsapenflickinkshow.aspx)


    M
     
    minimage, Mar 26, 2007
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  4. Yves Dubeau

    mikeyhsd Guest

    accidentally double click on the border or top bar can cause the window to change size or minimize.
    might consider reducing the double click speed via control panel mouse.







    There is a very annoying behavior on my computer. The issue is that when I
    open a window at times it collapses to the bottom task bar. An example is
    while composing an e-mail then moving the mouse to send the window might
    collapse and one think that the message was sent, however later on you see
    the collapse window in the bottom or two days later you see your e-mail in
    your draft folder. Other windows will collapse in other program as well.
    Currently in the appearance settings are set to Vista Aero. I would
    appreciate feedback in order to solve this annoying phenomena!
     
    mikeyhsd, Mar 26, 2007
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  5. Yves Dubeau

    Yves Dubeau Guest

    It appears that the problem was solved by changing "pen" flicks. Thank you
    for your help.
     
    Yves Dubeau, Mar 27, 2007
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  6. Yves Dubeau

    Shane Nokes Guest

    Video drivers???

    Oh dude that is classic.

    Video drivers for an issue with a mouse gesture LMAO
     
    Shane Nokes, Mar 27, 2007
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