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CharlesHF

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Don't know if it does this on anyone else's machine but here goes....
I opened up the GUI for a second to take a screenshot, and then mIRC moved up, so I moved the GUI off to the side, with part of the protein display area off of the screen. When I started moving it back, the protein display......went nuts. It looked like it was displaying every protein that it had ever displayed, kind of like a movie. :eek: After some experimenting, I found out that it does it does this on all sides. (couldn't try the top of the screen, though)
Anyone else's computer do this?
 

Gnerma

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CHF, try it in about 4 hours or so when you come off the *whatever it is your on*. :rolleyes: Quit doing that though, it probably uses more cycles than usual :)
 
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CharlesHF

CharlesHF

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Gnerma said:
CHF, try it in about 4 hours or so when you come off the *whatever it is your on*. :rolleyes: Quit doing that though, it probably uses more cycles than usual :)

So, I'm guessing that your confuser doesn't do it? ;)
 
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CharlesHF

CharlesHF

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NASsoccer said:


you are right, that is truly odd:D oh yeah keep the display closed ;)

FOLD ON
NAS

I thought 10 seconds of it being open was a sacrifice enough for me to take a screenshot so that I can put it on my AIM pic-doodad thingamajig. ;)
 

Arkaine23

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I suppose we can forgive you for those 10 seconds of lost cycles... this time!