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#Actualsatanir

Posted 30 October 2013 - 03:13 AM


I can probably "check" the client area size after changing the resolution

Doing that is about 5 lines of code. It's a good practice anyway, why are you so reluctant to do it?

 

 

 


But that seems way big of a hassle for something Windows messes up.

Windows doesn't mess up anything. You assume something that is not correct, it's not Windows fault.


#1satanir

Posted 30 October 2013 - 03:12 AM


I can probably "check" the client area size after changing the resolution

Doing that is about 5 lines of code. It's a good practice anyway, why are you so reluctant to do it?

 


But that seems way big of a hassle for something Windows messes up.

Windows doesn't mess up anything. You assume something that is not correct, it's now Windows fault.


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