Maximized Window is "Always on Top" when IgnoreTaskbarOnMaximize=True. Window remains "Always on Top" on Restore #2694

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mike-ward opened this Issue Oct 10, 2016 · 6 comments

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mike-ward commented Oct 10, 2016

What steps will reproduce this issue?

  • Open Markdown Edit, press F9 and ensure IgnoreTaskbarOnMaximize is true.
  • Maximize MDE.
  • Notice that MDE is now "Always on Top" by trying to place another window over MDE.
  • Restore MDE to a normal Window
  • Notice that MDE is still "Always on Top"

If you repeat these steps with IgnoreTaskbarOnMaximize = false, the behavior is correct.

Expected outcome

Always on Top is a bit unexpected when Maximized but I can see why that might be necessary. Restoring the Window should remove the Always on Top behavior.

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  • MahApps.Metro .3
  • Windows 10
  • Visual Studio 2015
  • .NET Framework 4.6+

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@mike-ward I noticed this also by using MDE. I'll try to fix this possible as soon.

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punker76 commented Oct 10, 2016

@mike-ward I noticed this also by using MDE. I'll try to fix this possible as soon.

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No worries. The workaround is easy enough.

No worries. The workaround is easy enough.

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ipandya Oct 10, 2016

@punker76 I have also noticed this. Though, restoring the windows does not take any effect.

ipandya commented Oct 10, 2016

@punker76 I have also noticed this. Though, restoring the windows does not take any effect.

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@mike-ward What's the workaround?

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sleman commented Oct 13, 2016

@mike-ward What's the workaround?

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ipandya Oct 14, 2016

@sleman set IgnoreTaskbarOnMaximize to false. This solved the problem for me as of now.

ipandya commented Oct 14, 2016

@sleman set IgnoreTaskbarOnMaximize to false. This solved the problem for me as of now.

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Unfortunately I need that setting or else taskbar shows when app is fullscreen.

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sleman commented Oct 14, 2016

Unfortunately I need that setting or else taskbar shows when app is fullscreen.

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