I have had it happen a couple times too, didn't really pay much attention to it, as I was heading back to the SW window anyway. Maybe its a new "feature"
Yes, I see this once in a while and have not found the sequence that causes it.
No I haven't, but it is alomst like the 2 programs are mysteriously connected
through either a macro or batch type file. I would be interested to see what an
Rx file would show.
Good idea Scott. I would be interested to see what it captures as well.
Could be the WIn 7 'ease of access' functions... to see if it is, you can turn off the autoarrange features.
- Go to “Control Panel - Ease of Access Center”.
- Go to “Make the mouse easier to use” and check the item “Prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen.”.
- Then go to “Make the keyboard easier to use” and uncheck the item “Prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen.”