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asavage
post Jun 17 2013, 10:02 PM
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When the Tip of the Day is displayed, and if its dialogue is sized such that a vertical scroll bar is required, the lower scroll control does not do anything.


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Peter
post Jul 9 2013, 04:02 PM
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QUOTE (asavage @ Jun 17 2013, 11:02 PM) *
When the Tip of the Day is displayed, and if its dialogue is sized such that a vertical scroll bar is required, the lower scroll control does not do anything.


What Windows version? I tried it on XP, Vista, and 7 and it works on all these versions.

Unfortunately I am unable to repeat this problem on any of my systems here.

This could possibly be an anomaly caused by a mouse driver or other system add-on. To locate this problem, install a fresh copy of Windows and check that it works fine (it most likely will). Then install mouse drivers and other programs and check in between to see if the problem has appeared.


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post Jul 9 2013, 07:06 PM
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QUOTE (Peter @ Jul 9 2013, 04:02 PM) *
What Windows version? I tried it on XP, Vista, and 7 and it works on all these versions.


XP SP3 here at home, does not work.
XP SII Platform (some kind of corporate customization) at work, does not work.

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Unfortunately I am unable to repeat this problem on any of my systems here.

This could possibly be an anomaly caused by a mouse driver or other system add-on. To locate this problem, install a fresh copy of Windows and check that it works fine (it most likely will). Then install mouse drivers and other programs and check in between to see if the problem has appeared.


It's not worth the bother to chase. I just thought I'd report it. The work XP had an antique Logitech mouse driver which I've had IT come out and lobotomize out for me. Mine here at home has a Microsoft Intellimouse 1.1a, which is a very generic PS2 wired mechanical mouse with a wheel from about 2000.

Thanks for testing.


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