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 Post subject: Starburn 15.2 Stealing Focus in Windows 7 64bit
PostPosted: Tue Mar 31, 2015 1:52 pm 
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When I run Starburn 15.2 it causes a problem where window focus is stolen from other applications, even after closing Starburn. It continues until the computer is rebooted. I've also noticed the starburn.exe process sometimes remains running in Task Manager after closing Starburn.

The focus stealing happens when Starburn is open and after it has been closed. I will change windows to, for example, a text editor and begin typing some text. Approximately every 30 seconds or so, that window will lose focus, i.e. it will no longer be the active window. The window title / borders will change color to the "inactive window" color and there is no obvious active window on the screen. This is not a matter of another window popping up in front of the window I'm working in. It's simply a matter of the active window suddenly changing color (while I'm typing in it) and no further text can be typed into the window until I click inside it with my mouse to make it the active window again. After 30 seconds (approx) it happens again.

This continues until the machine is restarted. After restart, it's perfectly fine, and remains fine for days, weeks, etc. The second I open Starburn, the problem starts again.


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 Post subject: Re: Starburn 15.2 Stealing Focus in Windows 7 64bit
PostPosted: Mon Apr 27, 2015 9:58 am 
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Hello, sorry, but i can't reproduce bug with stealing focus.
Are you sure it's caused by StarBurn? We don't use any capturing methods and never focus any our windows forcibly.

Also about starburn.exe in task manager. Our default behavior is minimizing into tray instead of closing, when you need really exit you should uncheck "Minimize StarBurn on Close" in settings dialog.

Regards,
Alex.


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