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[Bug-gnubg] Some windows quirks ?

From: Massimiliano Maini
Subject: [Bug-gnubg] Some windows quirks ?
Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2007 13:53:28 +0200

Hi all,

I noticed some funky behaviour of gnubg (0.16) under Windows (at least on 2000 at office,
will check XP at home).

If I minimize the gnubg window to the takbar and then I right-click on its icon on the taskbar
and click on "Close", then gnubg is stuck for a while : it doesn't disappear and the icon on the
taskbar is "frozen" (impossible to restore the window, no context menu, etc).

This makes me think also to a user that posted to rgb that using the command line version
in a batch script (to do rollouts) was very slow, and the reason was that the script had to
wait a long time for gnubg to process the "exit" command ... (I don't have any detail on this
problem, II've asked him to post to the mailing list).

Other things : when one or more "sub-windows" are open (e.g. hint), they don't appear
as "independent windows" (they don't have their icon in the taskbar) and this causes some
strange bahaviors like :

- gnubg win + hint win (1 icon in the taskbar)
- reduce all windows (right-click on the taskbar, 'Minimize all windows')
- click on the gnubg icon in the taskbar and only the hint window is restored

Also, the rollout proress window has a srange behavior :if iconized, the icon doesn't go to
the taskbar (but stays on the desktop).

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