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Topic: «[SOLVED] Actual Title Buttons not applying to new RAdmin windows » on forum: Technical Support   Views: 9024
 
Paul
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Posted: 19.05.2005 16:47:25
 
 
Hi there

We use Remote Administrator v2.2 (Viewer is 3.0).  I have a rule to only put certain buttons on Windows with substring caption of "Ctrl-F12 - menu".  When saving the rule, all currently active windows get the buttons as expected, but any newly opened windows matching that substring don't get the new buttons.  Even a word doc with the same partial string won't get them.  

Infact, the RAdmin windows don't get ANY new buttons...  :(

Please help!

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Paul
 
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Michael Tretyakov
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Posted: 23.05.2005 02:46:31
 
 
Hi Paul,

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Paul wrote:
Infact, the RAdmin windows don't get ANY new buttons...  

Thank you very much for your interest to our programs.

I installed the RAdmin program and found that RAdmin Window has a different window class every time you run it.

So, you need to use these settings for RAdmin Windows:
Uncheck Window Class option.
Check Window Caption and enter "Ctrl-F12 - menu".
Check Program and enter radmin.exe

I hope this help you.

Sincerely,
Michael Tretyakov
Actual Tools http://www.ActualTools.com/
Handy Tools for Windows! Make your day-to-day Windows activities easier and more productive!
 
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Guest
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Posted: 23.05.2005 20:14:34
 
 
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Michael Tretyakov wrote:
I installed the RAdmin program and found that RAdmin Window has a different window class every time you run it.

So, you need to use these settings for RAdmin Windows:
Uncheck Window Class option.
Check Window Caption and enter "Ctrl-F12 - menu".
Check Program and enter radmin.exe

Hi there

Indeed, I had already discovered the different window class each time, which is why I only used the "Window Caption" option.  When saving the rule, it applies to all currently-open windows with no problems.  If Radmin is used to open a NEW window, the buttons aren't applying - and only in this situation...

I am using Windows Server 2003 - perhaps there's something quirky going on?

Cheers
Paul
 
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Michael Tretyakov
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Posted: 24.05.2005 01:23:26
 
 
Hi Paul,

Can you check the work of our Actual Window Manager program with Radmin windows?

You may download the trial version from our site at http://www.ActualTools.com/files/aimsetup.exe

Sincerely,
Michael Tretyakov
Actual Tools http://www.ActualTools.com/
Handy Tools for Windows! Make your day-to-day Windows activities easier and more productive!
 
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Paul
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Posted: 29.05.2005 16:35:50
 
 
Hi there

Have tried with the Actual Windows Manager with exactly the same results.  

All new RAdmin windows are ignored be even the default rule, except the RAdmin v3.0 Viewer Window, which receives the buttons as expected.

The only time the RAdmin windows gets the buttons is if they are open and SAVE is pressed on the Windows Manager.

Cheers
Paul
 
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Michael Tretyakov
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Posted: 01.06.2005 02:01:42
 
 
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Paul wrote:
Have tried with the Actual Windows Manager with exactly the same results.

We checked again this situation with RAdmin and found that Actual Window Manager adds new commands into system menu of RAdmin windows, but not title buttons.

We will work under this problem and this error will be fixed in next version of our programs.

Thanks for your help.

Sincerely,
Michael Tretyakov
Actual Tools http://www.ActualTools.com/
Handy Tools for Windows! Make your day-to-day Windows activities easier and more productive!
 
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Guest
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Posted: 01.06.2005 15:50:36
 
 
Ok, thanks.
 
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Michael Tretyakov
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Posted: 02.08.2005 22:09:42
 
 
Hi Paul,

I'm glad to inform you that we solved the issue with RAdmin windows in new version 3.7 of Actual Title Buttons.

You may download the 60-day trial version from our site at http://www.ActualTools.com/files/atbsetup.exe

Hope that our program will be helpful for you for a long time!

Sincerely,
Michael Tretyakov
Actual Tools http://www.ActualTools.com/
Handy Tools for Windows! Make your day-to-day Windows activities easier and more productive!
 
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