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Alastair147

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#237983 27-Jun-2018 20:04
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Hey Team,

 

 

 

This may just be me, But on both my PC at work and at home, I get this same issue.. 1 is an NVIDIA GTX 960 and 1 is a RADEON RX 480.. 

 

So before anyone says graphics drivers, I have installed both completely upto date, but still get the same issue..

 

 

 

When I drag a window to the top of my screen to expand it to be maximize it, It seems leave a strange white gap at the top. If I press the maximize button, It works fine..

 

 

 

 

 

See both are on 2 different monitors, 1 is spotify, 1 is discord.. Do note though, If I drag it to the top again, it works. But drag it to another monitor I get the same issue.

 

 

 

I'm at a bit of a loss on what has caused it.. I know it started after the latest large windows 10 update?

 

Any thoughts would be great.


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GEOMAX
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  #2044976 27-Jun-2018 20:13
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a lot of fixes in todays windows update. Have you got it?


Alastair147

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  #2044978 27-Jun-2018 20:14
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I havent, Downloading it now, Ill let you know how I get on..


 
 
 
 


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  #2044987 27-Jun-2018 20:25
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That would be a no! 

 

 

 

The latest update that was just released was not the answer :(


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  #2045003 27-Jun-2018 20:48
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Are the default and external monitors of same resolution? I've seen over the years that if they are of different resolution you will have to use ALT-SPACE X or the Maximise button to get windows full screen after moving them.





 

 

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Alastair147

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  #2045009 27-Jun-2018 21:02
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freitasm:

 

Are the default and external monitors of same resolution? I've seen over the years that if they are of different resolution you will have to use ALT-SPACE X or the Maximise button to get windows full screen after moving them.

 

 

 

 

Interesting you say that, They are the same, and ALT SPACE X does the same thing, Gives me the white gap, or a gap where I can see behind that window, and then a white space, then the window


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