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10 Jun 2010CPOL
Actually it requires the GUI to repaint...So you can minimize and then maximize again!. Worked for me.
Actually it requires the GUI to repaint...So you can minimize and then maximize again!. Worked for me.

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GeneralReason for my vote of 1 Redundant. Pin
zecanard4-Aug-11 7:39
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GeneralI had the same problem, I am using windows 7 x64 and I creat... Pin
Samir Mirghani19-Jul-11 2:26
MemberSamir Mirghani19-Jul-11 2:26 
GeneralReason for my vote of 1 Repeat of my tip Pin
Anshul R10-Jun-10 21:13
MemberAnshul R10-Jun-10 21:13 
GeneralI Told the same thing! :P Pin
Anshul R10-Jun-10 21:12
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GeneralRe: you said resize not minimize :) Pin
Xmen Real 8-Apr-11 3:45
professional Xmen Real 8-Apr-11 3:45 

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