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NeoOffice doc disappears from desktop

Posted on 2008-10-05
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Using MacBook Pro, OS X 10.5.4

I editing a doc in NeoOffice. I switch to Firefox, then I minimize firefox.
My NeoOffice doc is not visible, it moved off to the side out of sight.
It is not on the doc.
The only way to get back to the doc is to restart NeoOffice.
This is messed up.
How to I get back to the doc?
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Question by:allelopath
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by:strung
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Are you using the latest version of NeoOffice? Check their web site for updates.
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Instead of minimizing Firefox, try switching to NeoOffice by using Command-tab.
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by:allelopath
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Command-Tab doesn't work. When I select Neo-office this way, the application gains focus, but the document is not displayed.
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by:allelopath
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Found the problem. It goes into one of the other "spaces"
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