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    I have been using Zimbra for quite a while now but suddenly my GUI client has gone full screen and I can't get it to resize smaller.

    I have tried:
    closing the client and reopening it.
    rebooting my machine.
    right clicking on the icon and choosing maximize/restore.
    right clicking on the icon and choosing move.
    looking through the preferences for a shortcut hotkey.

    I am at wits end as to how to resize the client back. I am running windows vista and the installation is about 6 months old. I am not sure what version exactly I am on.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by braddoro View Post
    I am at wits end as to how to resize the client back.
    There are several threads in the forums that have the answer. Hit the F11 key and see if that fixes it.
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    Thanks for the help. But that "feature" is just silly. It's not even documented in the keyboard shortcuts. The fact that there are several threads on this should indicate a problem.

    Anyway, thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by braddoro View Post
    Thanks for the help. But that "feature" is just silly. It's not even documented in the keyboard shortcuts. The fact that there are several threads on this should indicate a problem.
    Then I think you'd be best complaining to Mozilla, it's a 'feature' of Firefox and Prism (which is used in ZD.

    Quote Originally Posted by braddoro View Post
    Anyway, thanks again.
    You're welcome.
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    Default F11 doesn't work

    I tried F11 and it doesn't work.

    I'm not sure if you can blame this on Firefox. It used to be able to access the minimize/maximize icons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sagelike View Post
    I tried F11 and it doesn't work.
    Then it would help if you gave a description of what's happening and which version of ZD you're using and what operating system is in use.

    Quote Originally Posted by sagelike View Post
    I'm not sure if you can blame this on Firefox.
    I'm not blaming anyone, its a feature of FF and therefore Prism which is used in ZD. It has also been disabled in the current ZD 2.x release.
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    Sorry. I shoulda included more info.

    I'm using ZD 2.0.1, Windows 7 Pro, Firefox 3.6.8.

    ZD launches into maximized mode immediately after starting and there's no minimize/maximize buttons. F11 doesn't do anything.

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