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Thread: Clicking twice to close BW

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    Default Clicking twice to close BW

    My first post:
    There still is the problem that you often have to click twice on the top right cross to close BW. I have never experienced this with any other program.
    Unfortunately I cannot generate a reproducible scenario. If you just open BW and immediately close it, you only have to click once, but if you work a long session I almost always have to click twice.
    Best wishes
    Wieland
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    Default Wfm

    Quote Originally Posted by wie
    My first post:
    There still is the problem that you often have to click twice on the top right cross to close BW. I have never experienced this with any other program.
    Unfortunately I cannot generate a reproducible scenario. If you just open BW and immediately close it, you only have to click once, but if you work a long session I almost always have to click twice.
    Even after running for more than 24 hours, BW exits with one click on my system (WinXpHome). I've seen you note this at least once before when I was on Win98se and it still worked for me.
    What else is running? Virus scanners? Windows version? etc. etc...?

  3. #3

    Default Experiment for Wieland

    Hi, Wieland,

    My guess is that it is a focus problem, perhaps the parent BW window doesn't inherit or loses the focus from the internal windows.

    Try this. Click on the title bar before trying to click the X button. If after clicking on the title bar, the X button closes down always with one click, it is almost surely a focus problem. If that doesn't work, then it's almost surely not a focus problem.

  4. #4

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    It happens with Windows 95, 98 and XP.
    I don't think it is a focus problem, why is it happening only with BW?
    Best wishes
    Wieland
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    Wieland Willker, Bremen, Germany
    http://www-user.uni-bremen.de/~wie
    Textcritical commentary:
    http://www-user.uni-bremen.de/~wie/TCG/index.html

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