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Bug in Window (can't Moved), Please help me

jhonny thio
Hello all, I have a question..
Sorry i am a junior, so I have a lot question :)

1. I have a window. If I minimize it, then open it, it can't be moved and resized.
   But I still can access the component in that window example write the textarea, fill the textfield.
   If I maximize that window then minimize it, it can be moved and resized again. why is this?


Thank you very much


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Re: Bug in Window (can't Moved), Please help me

Sebastian Werner
Hi!

Try to use:

restore() instead of open() when you want to show a minimized window. 

Sebastian



Am 29.07.2008 um 06:14 schrieb jhonny thio:

Hello all, I have a question..
Sorry i am a junior, so I have a lot question :)

1. I have a window. If I minimize it, then open it, it can't be moved and resized.
   But I still can access the component in that window example write the textarea, fill the textfield.
   If I maximize that window then minimize it, it can be moved and resized again. why is this?


Thank you very much

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