Opened 4 years ago
Unexpected visual refresh entering or leaving Task View
|Reported by:||Daniel Beardsmore||Owned by:|
|Component version:||Operating system type:||Windows|
|Operating system version:||10|
When entering or leaving Task View in Windows 10, sometimes the folder tree and file pane listings refresh. This is slower than a normal refresh and entails (in "Widescreen" view) the local folder pane, local file list pane, remote folder pane and finally remote file list pane being blanked in that order, and then redrawn in that order, quite visibly.
After enabling (and since disabling) the Task View taskbar button, the fault has gone away. It's strangely intermittent; having just closed the program and re-opened it, the fault has not returned. Upgrading it to the most recent version seemed to have triggered it (I don't think I've seen it for a while) and it's cleared again.
After entering Task View, the refresh can be seen in the thubmnail of the window, so long as it's not minimised.
I seem to recall seeing this in "older" 10; it's also the case in Anniversary Edition, both 64-bit.
I suspect this is another "it's just you" bugs!