In Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, when a floated window is in focus (i.e. floated window selected as active window), iBlaze/Enterprise may stop responding to mouse-clicks on the toolbar buttons and menu bar.
Right-click on an iblaze window's title bar and choose "docked explorer layout".
If there is no response to mouse-clicks, use the keyboard shortcut.
1) Press ALT + V to access the View menu.
2) Reset the current layout, or choose a different layout where no windows are floated (e.g. docked explorer layout).
3) Optional: if any custom layouts are set with a floated window, consider changing the custom layout so that the windows are docked instead of floated. I.e. avoid floating any windows.
Note: Even if there is no response to a mouse-click, you should still be able to use keyboard shortcuts.
This problem with floated windows seems to be an issue with Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. Does not occur in Windows 7.
Summation Iblaze and Summation Enterprise
Note: Summation iblaze 3.1.0 and Summation Enterprise 2.7.1 were validated on Windows 7 only and have not been validated on Windows 8.1 or Windows 10.