Thanks for your feedback! This is an area we are currently investigating and will consider this feedback as we make a decision.Anonymous commented
I'm a software developer. This bug (and yes it is a bug because it breaks the standard windows behavior for maximizing and minimizing tasks) should be fixed. It is costing people time. This is COSTING YOUR CUSTOMERS TIME.
This is not an accident. You have to call specific APIs to send window messages to the other instances of a program. Therefore, it is trivial to wrap this code in an 'IF' statement that is conditioned on yet another setting in the Options dialog. Lets face it, you're Microsoft. You wrote the book on window messages! So stop patronizing us and fix this!
In case you haven't gotten the message, this is very, very, very, VERY, VERY, VERY irritating "Feature".
- Squeaky Wheel