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Windows 7: Windows 7 64 Pro: problem with game window position

06 Dec 2011   #1
unnamed1234

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Windows 7 64 Pro: problem with game window position

Yesterday i have installed Win 7 SP1 64bit Professional. Before i was using Win XP 64bit Pro SP2. One of my steam games, racing simulator Race 07, i was playing always in window mode (so i could switch easier to telemetry Motec i2 program during every racing practice/qualify).
After game launching, i was clicking just below title bar of the game window (game window resolution the same like windows desktop size= 1024/768) and moving the window up, so the title bar was hidden and i could see the whole game view perfectly fitted.
Unfortunately in Windows 7, after releasing mouse button, window is returning back down to its previous position- 100% of title bar is on screen and the lowest part of game view is hidden (where there is e.g. car tachometer).
I checked that this problem is present also with other applications. The same situation was in Quake 3 in window mode.
You can check it yourself in few seconds:
1)Download q3 demo - 46 MB http://www.programy.pobieralnia.org/...NIA.org%5D.exe
2)Install and run the game.
3)Switch to window mode by pressing alt-enter
(if it doesnt work u can change it in setup or in console by pressing ` or ~ key [under ESC]; when console is open, type:
"\r_fullscreen 0" and press enter
"\vid_restart" and press enter
4)when we have q3 in window mode, open the console (~ key) - mouse cursor will appear on screen and we can move the game window by click&hold on window title bar.


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06 Dec 2011   #2
unnamed1234

Windows 7 64bit Proffesional
 
 

I found an option, but not in the mouse or theme settings. We can find it in "ease of access center" (Control Panel\Ease of Access\Ease of Access Center\Make the mouse easier to use).
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