I haven't seen this myself, but the first thing to check for any
display issue is whether you're running the latest drivers for your
graphics card. So I'd start there.

Art

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On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 9:19 AM, Maries, Anthony
<Anthony.Maries at uk.thalesgroup.com> wrote:
> Hi Framers,
>
> I wonder whether anybody else has experienced this bug in FrameMaker 7.2 or
> on any other FrameMaker release.
>
> If you have two documents open in the same window, when you select the
> second from the Window menu the first is minimised and the second is
> displayed occupying the full window.
>
> When you switch back to the first, the normal behaviour is for the second
> window to be minimised and for the first to re-open, but only occupy about
> half the window.
>
> In the last couple of days the first window opens in part of the window, but
> the second document still displays in the window. The second document
> display is not actually active, and can be suppressed by making a change in
> the window properties e.g. by maximising the window and then restoring to
> the original size.
>
> The incidence of this bug is not predictable, i.e. you can have a FrameMaker
> session and it does not occur, then it may return at the next session.
> However once it does occur it is persistent and the only way to restore
> FrameMaker to normal behaviour is to close both documents and the window,
> and to re-open them in a new FrameMaker session.
>
> We have had a Windows update on the company system in the last couple of
> days, installed by the company IT department and thus out of our control. It
> is possible that this problem may be caused by changes in Windows having an
> unpredictable effect on an old and no longer maintained version of
> FrameMaker.
>
> Thanks for any suggestions,
>
> Tony Maries
>
> Technical Author
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