• We had that a little this week, at some points the top bar of the window vanishes up under the menu bar, and you have to change screen resolution to get it back.

    Were you using the grid at the time?  It was the first time we'd played with it and it seemed the obvious change.
    On Mac LION.

  • Ok -- dbini -- is that what happened to you? The title bar ended up under the menu bar, thus hiding the three buttons?

    -- Mark

  • Same here (mac lion - .25) - title bar at times is under the menu bar. Opening System Prefs fixed it.

  • that's probably what happened.... if it happens again i'll try system prefs, thanks simon

  • Beta Platinum

    Is this what people mean?

  • that's it G, it happened last week, and i went to system prefs>displays>detect displays and it resized everything properly.

  • Beta Platinum

    It happened to me when I opened a file a friend emailed to me. So the file was not one I created.

    I know he is running Lion and i'm not but apart from that out machine specs are the same. Weird.
    I think this is a finder thing because as soon as I dragged the corner onto my second display it jumped/popped back down and sorted itself out.
    I've had similar problems before with Max/Msp + Jitter. 

  • Dear All,

    Well, this is a problem that seems to have recently cropped up -- probably with 10.7 (as I've never, ever seen this in 10.6)
    I can perhaps see how it would happen when sending a file to someone else -- I'll need to investigate that. (Skulpture: don't suppose you have the original, unmodified file that caused the problem? Having that might help.)
    But what I can't figure out is how to get this to happen when manipulating the windows on my own. No combination of dragging, resizing, or anything I can think of will cause the title bar to go under the menu bar. If someone has a hint for me, please do share it.
    Best Wishes,
  • Beta Tester

    Whenever I've had this issue, it was caused by opening a file from another computer or by changing the display configuration on my computer.

  • Beta Tester

    Also, one of the involved computers is always running either lion or mountain lion.

  • i'm on snow leopard, and i guess it happened when starting up after plugging in a different resolution thing. (i've been working with a DHTG in the studio in the day, then on a 40" TV at home in the evening)

  • Beta Platinum

    Sent you an email with the .izz file @Mark