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Slumbering Wildfire

dlongmi

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Don't know if it's been written yet so here is a tip with WF.


If you ever fall victim to WF suddenly becoming narcoleptic after too many fast mouse picks, instead of waiting for it to come back from the dreamy sleep, Ctrl-Alt-Delete it back into consciousness. Cancel the Ctrl-Alt-Delete and WF should be ready to go.


I find it useful.
 

Moroso

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I had that problem in Wildfire and Wildfire 2.0. I changed to build 090 in WF 2.0 and it seemed to fix the problem.


The way I dealt with it was to simply open up some thing like and explorer window that's on my taskbar and then minimize it.
 

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