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Topic: «AMM "loses" apps in the taskbar » on forum: Technical Support   Views: 52035
 
Anders Elfgren
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Posted: 23.06.2011 05:11:42
 
 
Using Windows 7 64bit, AMM 3.2

I have quite a lot of different applications open, and quite frequently one or a few of them is missing from the taskbar. VS2008 is often not there, but at this moment it's happening to Notepad++, and it has happened with I think both Outlook and Firefox 4.

It's quite annoying and one of my biggest gripes with AMM.

I now tried to Stop AMM from the icon menu, and then start it up again. When I stopped it, NP++ appeared on the "real" task bar, but when I started it, it remains there and won't move back to the AMM taskbar. Same thing happens if I exit the application and start it up again. The other apps seem to work fine.
 
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Vasiliy Ivachev
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Posted: 23.06.2011 22:55:33
 
 
Hello Anders,

Thanks for the post.

Could you do the following?
1. Reproduce the problem;
2. Open another new window in the same taskbar;
3. Make a screenshot of this problem;
4. Send me (support@actualtools.com) this screenshot.

Best regards.
 
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Anders Elfgren
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Posted: 24.06.2011 03:29:35
 
 
Done!
 
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Dave Moore
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Posted: 28.06.2011 09:41:44
 
 
Just to say that I too am suffering this problem a huge amount with Visual Studio 2005. It happens when I press compile; as visual studio kicks into 'pre-build', the taskbar is often lost :( Didn't happen on the last beta version you released... but does happen on the latest paid for build which I now use
 
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Jim
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Posted: 28.06.2011 11:38:57
 
 
I have experienced this quite a bit in the last few builds of AWM since at least 6.2.  Hit ALT-TAB and the "missing" windows appear, select the missing window with ALT-TAB and then it re-appears in the task bar.  Unable to reproduce at will, seems to happen randomly.  Also seems to be "sub" windows of a main program that usually do it.
 
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Dave Moore
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Posted: 28.06.2011 11:57:23
 
 
For me, selecting the window via alt-tab does not bring it back to the taskbar. Nor does moving it to the actual windows taskbar.
 
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Vasiliy Ivachev
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Posted: 28.06.2011 21:32:35
 
 
Hello gentlemen,

Dave and Jim, what version of windows are you running?
32 or 64-bit?

Best regards.
 
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Dave Moore
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Posted: 29.06.2011 04:40:33
 
 
Windows 7 x64
 
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Wayne Bradney
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Posted: 29.06.2011 10:16:41
 
 
I get the same thing - most prevalent with Visual Studio 2008. Many times I've launched VS again, thinking I didn't have it running, and ended up with three or four "hidden" instances.

This is on Win7 x64
 
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Jim
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Posted: 29.06.2011 13:14:29
 
 
Windows XP SP3 32bit.
 
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