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Toad not maximizing correctly


#1

This has been going on for quite a few builds and thought it just might go away
at then next beta release but it has not.

When I try to maximize Toad, it does not fill the screen. The top of Toad will
be just slightly down from the top….Here you can see my Power Desk in the
top behind Toad.

The bottom of Toad goes past the bottom.

Here is what I should see…

The above is on my second screen. This also happens on my primary screen as
well.

Here you can see my Outlook behind Toad.

But at the bottom, it shoots past the start bar in Windows.

I can manually resize Toad to fit the screen.

I am running dual Samsung SyncMaster 2043bwx monitors running at 1680 x 1050.

Matt

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#2

This problem has been around with TOAD for as long as I’ve been using it.
Here is the temporary work around, unmaximize TOAD then close it on your first
monitor. Then open it back up and maximize it and it will maximize correctly.
This always happens to me when I maximize it on my second monitor (which is a
different resolution) then close it and re-open TOAD. I just keep forgetting
to post a bug for it.


Charles Haines
Senior Software Developer

Recorded Books, LLC
http://www.recorded books.com

On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 9:27 AM, Matt Sprygada
wrote:

This has been going on for quite a few builds and thought it just might go
away at then next beta release but it has not.

 

When I try to maximize Toad, it does not fill the screen. The top of Toad
will be just slightly down from the top….Here you can see my Power Desk in
the top behind Toad.

 

 

 

The bottom of Toad goes past the bottom.

 

 

Here is what I should see…

 

 

The above is on my second screen. This also happens on my primary screen as
well.

 

Here you can see my Outlook behind Toad.

 

 

 

But at the bottom, it shoots past the start bar in Windows.

 

 

I can manually resize Toad to fit the screen.

 

I am running dual Samsung SyncMaster 2043bwx monitors running at 1680 x
1050.

 

Matt

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#3

This problem has been around with TOAD for as long as I’ve been using it.
Here is the temporary work around, unmaximize TOAD then close it on your first
monitor. Then open it back up and maximize it and it will maximize correctly.
This always happens to me when I maximize it on my second monitor (which is a
different resolution) then close it and re-open TOAD. I just keep forgetting
to post a bug for it.


Charles Haines
Senior Software Developer

Recorded Books, LLC
http://www.recorded books.com

On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 9:27 AM, Matt Sprygada
wrote:

This has been going on for quite a few builds and thought it just might go
away at then next beta release but it has not.

 

When I try to maximize Toad, it does not fill the screen. The top of Toad
will be just slightly down from the top….Here you can see my Power Desk in
the top behind Toad.

 

 

 

The bottom of Toad goes past the bottom.

 

 

Here is what I should see…

 

 

The above is on my second screen. This also happens on my primary screen as
well.

 

Here you can see my Outlook behind Toad.

 

 

 

But at the bottom, it shoots past the start bar in Windows.

 

 

I can manually resize Toad to fit the screen.

 

I am running dual Samsung SyncMaster 2043bwx monitors running at 1680 x
1050.

 

Matt

image004.png


#4

This problem has been around with TOAD for as long as I’ve been using it.
Here is the temporary work around, unmaximize TOAD then close it on your first
monitor. Then open it back up and maximize it and it will maximize correctly.
This always happens to me when I maximize it on my second monitor (which is a
different resolution) then close it and re-open TOAD. I just keep forgetting
to post a bug for it.


Charles Haines
Senior Software Developer

Recorded Books, LLC
http://www.recorded books.com

On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 9:27 AM, Matt Sprygada
wrote:

This has been going on for quite a few builds and thought it just might go
away at then next beta release but it has not.

 

When I try to maximize Toad, it does not fill the screen. The top of Toad
will be just slightly down from the top….Here you can see my Power Desk in
the top behind Toad.

 

 

 

The bottom of Toad goes past the bottom.

 

 

Here is what I should see…

 

 

The above is on my second screen. This also happens on my primary screen as
well.

 

Here you can see my Outlook behind Toad.

 

 

 

But at the bottom, it shoots past the start bar in Windows.

 

 

I can manually resize Toad to fit the screen.

 

I am running dual Samsung SyncMaster 2043bwx monitors running at 1680 x
1050.

 

Matt

image005.png


#5

This problem has been around with TOAD for as long as I’ve been using it.
Here is the temporary work around, unmaximize TOAD then close it on your first
monitor. Then open it back up and maximize it and it will maximize correctly.
This always happens to me when I maximize it on my second monitor (which is a
different resolution) then close it and re-open TOAD. I just keep forgetting
to post a bug for it.


Charles Haines
Senior Software Developer

Recorded Books, LLC
http://www.recorded books.com

On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 9:27 AM, Matt Sprygada
wrote:

This has been going on for quite a few builds and thought it just might go
away at then next beta release but it has not.

 

When I try to maximize Toad, it does not fill the screen. The top of Toad
will be just slightly down from the top….Here you can see my Power Desk in
the top behind Toad.

 

 

 

The bottom of Toad goes past the bottom.

 

 

Here is what I should see…

 

 

The above is on my second screen. This also happens on my primary screen as
well.

 

Here you can see my Outlook behind Toad.

 

 

 

But at the bottom, it shoots past the start bar in Windows.

 

 

I can manually resize Toad to fit the screen.

 

I am running dual Samsung SyncMaster 2043bwx monitors running at 1680 x
1050.

 

Matt


#6

This problem has been around with TOAD for as long as I’ve been using it.
Here is the temporary work around, unmaximize TOAD then close it on your first
monitor. Then open it back up and maximize it and it will maximize correctly.
This always happens to me when I maximize it on my second monitor (which is a
different resolution) then close it and re-open TOAD. I just keep forgetting
to post a bug for it.


Charles Haines
Senior Software Developer

Recorded Books, LLC
http://www.recorded books.com

On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 9:27 AM, Matt Sprygada
wrote:

This has been going on for quite a few builds and thought it just might go
away at then next beta release but it has not.

 

When I try to maximize Toad, it does not fill the screen. The top of Toad
will be just slightly down from the top….Here you can see my Power Desk in
the top behind Toad.

 

 

 

The bottom of Toad goes past the bottom.

 

 

Here is what I should see…

 

 

The above is on my second screen. This also happens on my primary screen as
well.

 

Here you can see my Outlook behind Toad.

 

 

 

But at the bottom, it shoots past the start bar in Windows.

 

 

I can manually resize Toad to fit the screen.

 

I am running dual Samsung SyncMaster 2043bwx monitors running at 1680 x
1050.

 

Matt

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#7

Yup…that worked. Worked on both monitors as well.

Thanks…

Toad Programmers. …Please note this issue.

Thanks,
Matt