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ATI Radeon Hydravision
Hydravision - non-resizeable window size problem
Posted: 26 Feb 03 (Edited 29 Apr 03)
I use an ATI Radeon 7000 based Excalibur graphics adapter with Windows 2000 in a dual display screen configuration. Hydravision is the bundled software supplied by ATI Radeon that controls the dual screen display and it works quite well (well, I like it). However it has some minor foibles and the non-resizeable window size problem is by far the most annoying.
Suggested attempt at a solution: -
Hydravision has a settings dialogue box which can be started from the popup menu which appears when you right click the desktop. To make an non-resizeable app size properly, click 'Unload Desktop Manager' button, start the app and then click 'Load Desktop Manager' button.
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