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automatic switching between windows

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by geordie_b, Mar 19, 2007.

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  1. geordie_b

    geordie_b Thread Starter

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    Hey guys

    Im using a program that i click a button and it starts a process that takes about 30 seconds. When it is complete it brings the window it is in to the top of all of the other windows i am using and interupts me. For example i would start the process and then start typing in Word, all of a sudden the finished program will jump up to the top and i will end up finishing my sentance in that window. This is very annoying and i really need some help.

    I know other people who use the software and this doesnt happen to them, all that happens is that the task on the task bar will flash. The software doesnt have the option to change this problem unlike in msn messenger when you can turn the feature off. Does anyone know of an XP setting that will fix my annoying problem?

    thanks in advance!

    Jon

    PS the bit of software is not important and is nolonger sold/supported
     
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