Is there some application or workarounds to identify a hidden window (or dialog) on Windows XP?
The situation is similar to the one where you can't access the main window of an Office application because of a hidden dialog somewhere that waits a selection or a "OK" press. You try to click on the main window, and it activates, but you cant' move it or do anything with it.
Using AltTab or opening the task manager and "switch to" does not help. I also tried to "split horizontally"/vertically" on any "activable" dialog or window, but nothing works.
With the TaskManager I could however reduce my "active-incactive" application and with split I could modify indirectly its size, so the application is responsive.
How can I find the blocking dialog and put it on top?