TF 1.5.30 on OS X 10.9.2 Mavericks.
I work with a Macbook + external Display above the MacBooks Display. External one is the primary display. TF visor is set to appear on the primary display.
I often have the effect that the Visor activates, although I did not meant to do so. It activates, if I want to click on an application on the secondary display, the south display (macbook). There are some situations this can happen during my day. I do use the Mavericks Spaces (Desktops), which has some influence I guess.
Anyway, to reproduce the issue I found one method which demonstrates the symptoms:
- set TF visor to display on upper primary screen, set it half height
- open some window on the secondary screen (e.g. Safari or Preview)
- click on desktop to activate Finder.
- open a currently not running application via Spotlight (for easy demonstration lets use Dictionary.app, cause this app quits if you hit red x)
- with Dictionary.app active, now try to scroll the other window (safari or preview), try in different locations on the screen
normally the invisible Visor window is now in the way and prevents scrolling. If not:
- make sure finder is active by clicking on the desktop
- quit the demo app (Dictionary.app: just hit the red x)
- finder should be active now, but visor should be hidden
- try to scroll the window (safari or preview), try in different locations on the screen
The video below shows a demo. It is recorded on the south screen, the macbook display.
If you cannot view it in your browser, just download it.
We also see some other quirks here:
- Right at the beginning: Clicking the desktop triggers Visor, clicking desktop the second time after having activated Preview.app does not, which I would always prefer.
- If the invisible Visor is in the way, it prevents not only scrolling but also prevents activating Preview.app on the first click. This is the annoying part that happens quite some times during a day to me.
- observing the primary monitor, I can see TF sometimes flicker when doing such tests (If you need a reproducible guide for the flickering, just ping me, I can try to create one.)
I was NOT able to reproduce this issue, if displays are arranged side by side.