Duh... Can't believe I didn't think to reference the OS...Micahs wrote:@Guest
I'm not sure what the problem could be. What os are you using? The new version uses SetWindowPos to size, move, and position the borders. This is really the only major change in the way it does its thing. If you are using Vista it may have an issue with this api call. My dad has a Vista laptop, so I can do some testing. Anyone else having this issue?
I'm just on XP SP3. No Vista. And nothing funny in Sandboxie either - just using the default config with it.
No funny video stuff either. Just a standard ATI adapter using production drivers.
FYI, the problem still continues with the new version you just posted (that uses the SWP_FRAMECHANGED flag).
Just so you don't think I'm crazy, here's a shot with that latest version:
Based on borderGuard.ini, I should also be seeing 0x00FF00 color borders with a thickness of 6 and a transparency of 200.
But as you can see, borderGuard is definitely working because reversed windows display fine (though that causes my CPU to spike too much).
No borders regardless of the settings I try though. And again, the previous pre-multi borderGuard releases always worked fine and - probably more importantly - still do.
Whether or not the sandboxed window is in focus also doesn't make any difference. Neither does thickness, transparency, or overlap settings. I've also tried other colors and using words for the color parameter (like "red").
Anything else I can try or any other info you want?