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Upgraded to 2.0, small glitch (blank space)

Unread postby Leo » Sun Jul 25, 2010 2:49 am

So I just upgraded, and I'm happy to report that the process went smoothly, no problems so I'm happy about that :-D

I'm also very happy to finally have Ctrl-Y working correctly again...

Just one small problem, every time I open the program there is a blank space at the top between the toolbars and the tree/notes. If I move any of the toolbars then the blank space disappears. I also found other ways to make the blank space disappear : if I double-click the tree header and then double-click it again to dock it, then the space is gone... Also if I minimize Notebook to the system tray, then click the system tray icon to restore the window, the space is gone. But when I exit the Notebook application completely, and then later open it again, the blank space is back every time.

Have you seen this problem? Here is a screenshot :

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Re: Upgraded to 2.0, small glitch (blank space)

Unread postby Marsianin » Sun Jul 25, 2010 9:56 pm

Yes, it's a known bug which cannot be solved yet but there is a workaround.

1. Try to re-download Mars Notebook 2.0 installation package and reinstall, there was a silent update 3-5 days after 2.0 release, Notebook.exe should be version 2.0.0.3
2. Open Mars Notebook and make sure it's main window is not maximized, change main window size if it's too small.
3. Close the program.
4. Now open it again and that bug should not appear anymore.
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Re: Upgraded to 2.0, small glitch (blank space)

Unread postby Leo » Mon Jul 26, 2010 2:22 am

Thanks, that seems to have fixed it :D
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