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Sometimes, when double clicked on the system tray icon, &rq shows its contact list window as shown on the screenshot.  ("gimel" is my nick).  Additionally, this window cannot be resized.

It is currently hard to understand what conditions cause this, but this is fairly frequent.

Some &RQ settings:
0.9.4.13
F round windows
T start minimized
T minimize before hiding
F adjust windows pos
T auto-hide on inactivity

OS: winXP prof -
"Version 5.1 (Build 2600.xpsp 1.020828-1920 : Service Pack 1)"

This bug was present in 0 9 4 12.  
Before I moved to {WinXP+dialup modem} environment, I have never seen it.

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i confirm that the previous posting was my posting.


Offline Zok

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New bug.. tested on myself

&ir sad i was using 2002 but i was using 2000b check!


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1. to be more clear: this bug exists in 0 9 4 12, and in 0 9 4 13.

2. i unchecked "minimize before hiding" option, have never seen this bug anymore.  i'll report if i'll see this buggy behavior, with unchecked "minimize before hiding".


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Sorry but i have setuped my &RQ (0.9.4.13) as you wrote above and have no
problems (on Win98 and Win2k_sp3) :roll:
I prefer Linux OS for develpment and server tasks.
How about you? :)


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and maybe the problem is on winxp, since he says the problem started changin OS


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yes, the prob is very probably winxp related.

i didn't have this problem neither on Win98, nor on win2k-spX(latest sp).

however, unchecking "min before hiding" seems to fix the trouble.