Published on February 6, 2008 By CarGuy1 In Object Desktop
I noticed after installing CursorFX last night that I was unable to resize the window to a larger size. I have also noticed this with other Object dock apps that have the newer GUI. Was this intentional or is it a bug with my system? I ask because I am running a fairly high resolution which makes the windows a tad bit too small.
Has anyone else noticed this or is it just me?  

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on Feb 06, 2008
It's not just you.
It makes for nice branding but limits user choice. 
on Feb 06, 2008
What oporating system are you using?
on Feb 06, 2008
I'm in Vista Business

Soundpackager is the same way.

on Feb 07, 2008
What oporating system are you using?


I am using Vista Ultimate
on Feb 07, 2008
Do either of you have SP1 beta installed?
on Feb 07, 2008
Do either of you have SP1 beta installed?

No, I don't.
Also, I am unable to resize Sound Packager, CursorFx, Tweak Vista, and WindowBlinds but I can resize LogonStudio Vista.
on Feb 07, 2008
Do either of you have SP1 beta installed?

No, I don't.

Ditto and ditto
on Feb 12, 2008
Confirmed. The inability to adjust window size for the settings menu not only on FX but on multiple programs is intentional. This is to keep a level of uniformity between all installs. What were you looking to do ultimately?
on Feb 12, 2008
What were you looking to do ultimately?
I would like to see more options without having to scroll. TweakVista has lots of scrolling in some sections.  And because in some sections the default view is "Icons" and I can't switch to "Details" (to use Explorer as a reference) getting the big picture is harder.

Me, I have a big screen, I'd like to decide how much of it an app uses. 
on Feb 13, 2008
Me, I have a big screen, I'd like to decide how much of it an app uses.


I am with Zubaz on this. At a resolution of 1680x1050 and up, the windows are a bit small and you have to scroll alot. I would like to be able to enlarge the window to keep scrolling down to a minimum.
on Feb 13, 2008
I will pass that along as a feature request.
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