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Simsig Enviroment 07/10/2018 at 03:43 #112504
BarryM
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I have a "Window" interminted problem? When trying to Drag and Drop of a "Window" created by the answering of a telephone call, the "Window" immediately moves to the bottom of the Simsig environment and disappears into a void not able to be recovered. F6 shows the call but it cannot be activated locking up the answering of further calls.


The latest incident ocurred running Kings Cross using 3 monitors. The window was on the left monitor in the lefthand corner. The computer is running the latest Simsig updates with Windows 10 updated.

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Last edited: 07/10/2018 at 04:20 by BarryM
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Simsig Eviroment 08/10/2018 at 10:51 #112538
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If the window is blocking input elsewhere you can use your keyboard to operate it. Pressing Enter and Tab a few times is usually enough to press one of the buttons on the window, to get it to close. I sometimes have windows 'stuck' when I operate multiple dialogs at a time.
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Last edited: 08/10/2018 at 10:51 by Albert
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Simsig Eviroment 08/10/2018 at 12:19 #112540
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Alt+Space, followed by M, should allow you to move the dialog window using the arrow keys until it comes into view.
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Simsig Eviroment 08/10/2018 at 17:48 #112542
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9pN1SEAp in post 112540 said:
Alt+Space, followed by M, should allow you to move the dialog window using the arrow keys until it comes into view.
You may need to follow the Alt + Space > M with the Up cursor key to pin the cursor into the window to allow it to be moved.

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