Floating Windows


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Does anyone know how to handle a floating out of range window of a program?
I know it would fix itself (my winmx) if I re-installed it once again, but
over 'n over just for this little stupid problem!?!? It's happening on this
software's message-window. I don't ever visit this forum, so if you can help
write batchj @ earthlink . net THANKS!!!
 
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Shenan Stanley

JoBo said:
Does anyone know how to handle a floating out of range window of a
program? I know it would fix itself (my winmx) if I re-installed it
once again, but over 'n over just for this little stupid problem!?!?
It's happening on this software's message-window. I don't ever visit
this forum, so if you can help write batchj @ earthlink . net
THANKS!!!
If you mean it is off-screen..

Can you see it in the Windows Taskbar?
Can you right-click on it there and select "Move"? If so - do so and use
the arrow keys and move the mouse around on the screen until you see the
box.. Then left-click.
 
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Bruce Chambers

JoBo said:
Does anyone know how to handle a floating out of range window of a program?
I know it would fix itself (my winmx) if I re-installed it once again, but
over 'n over just for this little stupid problem!?!? It's happening on this
software's message-window. I don't ever visit this forum, so if you can help
write batchj @ earthlink . net THANKS!!!

To move the active windows, press and release <ALT>+<SPACE> and
then press <M>. You can now use the cursor arrow keys to move the
display settings dialog window back to the desired location. When the
box is located where you want it, press <Enter>.


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