Could someone take another look at this issue? It's still happening.
One additional bit of info... This has nothing to do with the Tab key. It happens by only pressing Alt even while working in another program.
I have reproduce this issue once, exactly under the same environment, Windows XP+ADR 2011. However, I cannot reproduce it anymore after that time.
Did this problem bother you more often? Did this problem enimilate after some operations? Is there any method for us to reproduce it?
If not, that is not easy for development team to investigate.
We will keep looking into the way to reproduce it.
It's good to hear you were able to reproduce it once. I'm very sorry, but I have not been able to determine a way to reproduce the problem. It seems to start and stop randomly. It was happening this morning, but not now.
BTW, I've upgraded to Design Review 2012 & TrueView 2012. The problem still exists. Dare I say, it seems it may have gotten worse.
Before the upgrade, I usually (though not always) only had to press the ESC key 1-2 times to deactivate the menus. Now it seems every time, I have to press the key 5-10 times to make the little "F" disappear.
Do you need any further information about my system?
Not sure if this is a change in behavior or something I never noticed before.
Right now from any of my open applications (TrueView 2012, Outlook 2010, Excel 2010, OneNote 2010, PDF Exchange Viewer), if I press & release the ALT key, the little "F" (from one of the open Design Review sessions) pops up and the File menu item of the active application is also highlighted. If I press ALT again, the "F" goes away as does the menu of the application. (It toggles on/off)
As far as I know in the past, pressing ALT again would not deactive the little "F".
While the little "F" is showing, any key presses are activating Design Review menus in the background just like in my earlier description. For example, pressing ALT, then T, then S from any open application opens the Design Review screen capture utility.
Be able to reproduce it on ADR 2012 one time just for the first run as new installed application.
Then cannot reproduce it even I reinstall ADR 2012.
Still keep an eye on the methods to reproducing.
Will get back once we found it.
In the last week, I have installed DesignReview 2012 on two computers, both with this same result. (See previous posts.)
The first was a temporary laptop I was using while my laptop was being refreshed. The temporary laptop is also a Lenovo, but the model is a T41. It is running XP. It had an older version of DR without TrueView installed. I updated to the latest version of DR & installed TrueView, including the web viewer.
The second is my refreshed laptop (Lenovo T400). Clean install (formatted hard drive) of XP from the OEM image preload. Loaded the latest version of DR & installed TrueView, including the web viewer.
Other software installed:
MS Office 2010 Standard (was running 2007 before)
MS Visio 2010
MS Project 2010
Tracker Software PDF-XChange 4
Cisco VPN Client
Lenovo/Thinkvantage Tools (10-12 different apps)
Not much else besides typical stuff that comes w/ Windows.
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