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VS Window panes "FREEZING"

Postby RGF2ZSBHcnV6ZXdza2k » Wed, 01 Dec 2004 01:57:03 GMT

In the .NET 2003 IDE I typically keep the "Command" and "Build Error Tasks" 
windows open at the bottom of the screen.  I have the autohide property on 
for both of them.  When I run a program in the IDE, both windows disappear 
and do not return when the program execution completes.  I will reopen the 
windows and most of the time they will work correctly.  However sometimes I 
open them and the tabs for them will appear, however when I click on them 
they seem to flash and then they won't open.  They are just locked at the 
bottom of the screen.  I can open other windows at the bottom of the screen 
but these will always stay locked.  The only way to resolve this is to close 
and restart the IDE.  This only appears to happen when autohiding windows at 
the bottom of the screen.  I have the Toolbox, Server Explorer and Solution 
Explorerer open on the sides of the IDE and also set to autohide, and I have 
had no problems with them.

I use VB.NET mostly 

Running windows 2000 SP 4 
Hardware: Dell OptiPlex GX270
CPU:    P4 3ghz
RAM:    512meg
Disk:    70gig
 
.NET IDE Version: 7.1.3088
.NET Framework Version 1.1.4322


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1.VS.NET 2003 Window panes "freeze"

In the .NET 2003 IDE I typically keep the "Command" and "Build Error Tasks" 
windows open at the bottom of the screen.  I have the autohide property on 
for both of them.  When I run a program in the IDE, both windows disappear 
and do not return when the program execution completes.  I will reopen the 
windows and most of the time they will work correctly.  However sometimes I 
open them and the tabs for them will appear, however when I click on them 
they seem to flash and then they won't open.  They are just locked at the 
bottom of the screen.  I can open other windows at the bottom of the screen 
but these will always stay locked.  The only way to resolve this is to close 
and restart the IDE.  This only appears to happen when autohiding windows at 
the bottom of the screen.  I have the Toolbox, Server Explorer and Solution 
Explorerer open on the sides of the IDE and also set to autohide.  I have had 
no problems with them.

Windows 2000 Professional, Service Pack 4
Hardware: Dell OptiPlex GX270
CPU:    P4 3ghz
RAM:    512meg
Disk:    70gig

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In the .NET 2003 IDE I typically keep the "Command" and "Build Error Tasks" 
windows open at the bottom of the screen.  I have the autohide property on 
for both of them.  When I run a program in the IDE, both windows disappear 
and do not return when the program execution completes.  I will reopen the 
windows and most of the time they will work correctly.  However sometimes I 
open them and the tabs for them will appear, however when I click on them 
they seem to flash and then they won't open.  They are just locked at the 
bottom of the screen.  I can open other windows at the bottom of the screen 
but these will always stay locked.  The only way to resolve this is to close 
and restart the IDE.  This only appears to happen when autohiding windows at 
the bottom of the screen.  I have the Toolbox, Server Explorer and Solution 
Explorerer open on the sides of the IDE and also set to autohide, and I have 
had no problems with them.

I use VB.NET mostly 

Running windows 2000 SP 4 
Hardware: Dell OptiPlex GX270
CPU:    P4 3ghz
RAM:    512meg
Disk:    70gig
 
.NET IDE Version: 7.1.3088
.NET Framework Version 1.1.4322

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