OA v3 free conflict with GesWall

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  1. aigle

    aigle Registered Member

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    Anyone using them together? There is a small GUI related bug. With GW enabled all GesWalled applications get a colored border( like run safer) from OA even if u have not marked these applications to run safer and even if u have not opted to have a colred border on run safer applications.

    Just my observation. Otherwise both play well together.
     
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    Hi aigle,

    Using this combo for months / years with absolutely no conflict, with latest version installed a non restricted app in OA does not have the green border (a "run safer" one do

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    MaB
     
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    Hmmm... that,s strange. May be just my system. I do have TF as well.
     
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    OK, have a look here.
     

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    Aigle,

    In my experience, OA and TF have never played well together. Having said that, I've never seen the green border around a program that's not set to Run Safer. I have had occasions when there is no green border when there should be and also where the green border becomes a mess when the program window zooms in and out. This happens when I was using Windows Media Player.
     
  6. Peter2150

    Peter2150 Global Moderator

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    Hi Aigle

    I bet when Geswall is active it has lowered the rights of the process, and that is what OA is responding to. It borders any process with lower rights, not just the one's it lowers.

    Pete
     
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    Hi Peter, I thought the same, However ProcessExplorer does not show/ sense these lowered rights but still I think this is the valid explanation. Border disappears when I disable GesWall,s policy.
     
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    I know that but TF is running nicely with v3 of OA, a pleasant surprize.
     
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