Re: window hide and show

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Re: window hide and show "MacArthur, Ian (SELEX GALILEO, UK)" Mar 20, 2008 top right image
 
> I have created multiple windows in my GUI application. When I 
> try to do show
> window after hide particular window
> 
> It shows window (window exposed) but no in same location. It shows in
> different location.
> 
>  But I want my window should show in same place where I hide 
> the window .


You'll need to tell us more about what platform you are on, what window
manager you are using etc. Also possibly a minimal compileable code
example that exhibits this fault.

This should "Just Work Right" - but positioning of windows is a window
manager issue, so perhaps there's some interaction with your code that's
causing this.

Or... How are you creating your multiple windows? Is it possible your
code is causing fltk to become confused about which object is which?




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