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RESOLVED Blue REX Window visible after 1.1 update

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I can usually solve all p3d problems with google searching, but can't find anything on this.  I have a weird issue with the latest REX Environment Force update.  I get a REX settings window in the upper left corner that I can't close, or undock and move out of the way (see attached screenshot).  I've confirmed this is related to the Environment Force program as it doesn't happen if I uninstall the program.  Is there a setting I can tweak to hide this?

Thanks for your time.

Mark

EDIT:  What I found is that none of the Windows controls to close, minimize, or scroll the window were available, even after the suggestion to hover over the corner to resolve it.  After a lot of messing around, I discovered that the controls are available only if you are viewing the upper left portion of your screen on your main monitor in Windows.  I have four monitors,  and the upper left monitor where this is displayed is not my main monitor in Windows.  Once I made it my main window, the controls were available.  I still don't understand how to toggle it on, though.  It would be nice if there was a keyboard shortcut to turn it on/off and that it didn't matter which display the UI is visible on.

 

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If you move your mouse on it, there should be a minimize button on the right top corner.

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Move your curser to the upper right corned of the EF mini ui and you will see a symbol that you can click on to minimize it to your system tray.

And then read the manual. :)

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Excellent.  Thanks a lot, and sorry - I should have looked at the manual first. I apologize and appreciate the reply.  Cheers.

-Mark

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