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Program's page opened half hidden and can't be restored.

Posted on 2006-11-29
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If a programs’ icon is running in the system tray and the program is opened, but the right half is hidden, what must be done to restore it to fit correctly on the screen. The restore button is not accessible and the vendor is no help.
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Can you click on the title bar of the window and drag it to the left, so that the restore button becomes visible?  If even the title bar is hidden, then try this tip from a page on my website:

http://home.earthlink.net/~leetutor/DoWin/Keyboard/hiddenok.htm
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by:frankoravec
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I was able to get it just at the very tip of the arrow at one spot on the icon on the left of the title bar. This is a java object and I was trying to drag it by grasping the left edge like any  normal page. Your suggestion worked really great. Thanks.
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