RibbonBar: standard Minimize/Maximize/Close XP buttons show up

Mar 22, 2010 at 2:57 PM

 

Hi there,
Great control, I've just implemented it for my application, and it looks/works very well done.
However, I've discovered a small bug, and here's how to reproduce it:
* Start application, wait for it to come up
* Press Left Windows Key + D. This minimizes all windows and shows desktop
* Click on the application in the task bar to bring it back (restore)
* Hover over the title bar, the standard WinXP Minimize/Maximize/Close buttons will be drawn over the custom ones in the upper right corner.
I'm not sure if it's a Windows XP thing.
The Microsoft's WPF ribbon didn't seem to have this issue.
Please advise,
-Dash.

Hi there,

 

Great control, I've just implemented it for my application, and it looks/works very well done.

 

However, I've discovered a small bug, and here's how to reproduce it:

* Start application, wait for it to come up

* Press Left Windows Key + D. This minimizes all windows and shows desktop

* Click on the application in the task bar to bring it back (restore)

* Hover over the title bar, the standard WinXP Minimize/Maximize/Close buttons will be drawn over the custom ones in the upper right corner.

 

I'm not sure if it's a Windows XP thing.

The Microsoft's WPF ribbon didn't seem to have this issue.

 

Please advise,

-Dash.