ikjadoon Posted January 16, 2021 Share Posted January 16, 2021 (edited) Paint.NET: version 4.2.14 (final 4.214.7601.39231) OS: Windows 10 Pro x64 20H2 (19042.746) Display 1: 2560x1440 @ 125% DPI / Intel i5-8600K iGPU, driver 184.108.40.20626 Display 2: 1920x1080 @ 100% DPI / NVIDIA GT 710 dGPU, driver 220.127.116.1109 (problem occurs only on this monitor) What should happen: when Paint.NET is maximized, its window should extend to the top of the monitor. So, moving your cursor to the top-right should always hit the red "X" close button. What actually happens: Paint.NET leaves an unusual gap at the top and I often click the window behind Paint.NET when Paint.NET is in fact maximized. This 1px gap is not consistent, but is sometimes there and sometimes not. The easiest way to show this is 1) open Paint.NET on a 2nd monitor, 2) maximize Paint.NET, 3) run your mouse at the top-right of your window. Google Chrome Maximized (version 87.0.4280.141) Paint.NET Maximized (version 4.2.14) In some regions, Paint.NET is now hovering over the program behind it and thus you end up misclicking. This bug is not an animation bug; when Paint.NET loses focus in the animation, so has your mouse. The flickers are when you're hovering over the window behind Paint.NET. This bug also occurs with NotePad++ (someone reported it in August 2020), so I wonder if there's a framework or library that's the same between the two applications. Edited January 16, 2021 by ikjadoon added in GPU & driver info, per monitor Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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