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Topic: «[FIXED] individual taskbar problem , pinned programs position not saved » on forum: Technical Support   Views: 1271
 
a p
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Posted: 24.10.2017 21:25:53
 
 
tried both 8.11.1 and 8.11.2, both have same problem.  Pinned programs in individual taskbars upon restarting AWM are hidden because the position of these pinned programs revert to the bottom of the taskbar.  I then slide the position of this section of the taskbar up (all of my taskbars are on the right side of all screens vertical) then shutdown AWM then restart AWM then position of pinned programs are hidden at the bottom again. Also note the default monitor which isn't controlled by AWM does NOT have this problem.

 
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a p
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Posted: 24.10.2017 21:26:16
 
 
after restart

 
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Dylan Donley
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Posted: 24.10.2017 22:11:18
 
 
I am having the exact same problem.  I've tried uninstalling, reinstalling, and setting up my config from scratch.  Doesn't fix the issue.  A solution would be great.

Mine started having this issue after the Windows 10 Fall Creators update if that info is any help.
 
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a p
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Posted: 24.10.2017 22:50:45
 
 
i believe the problem started around the time the fall creators update for me too.
 
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a p
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Posted: 27.10.2017 01:21:25
 
 
bump?
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 30.10.2017 19:23:58
 
 
Hello, gentlemen

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individual taskbar problem , pinned programs position not saved
The problem has been confirmed. Apparently, it's a problem of compatibility between Actual Window Manager and the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. For now there is no temporary solution or workaround for this. We'll try to fix it and will post in this topic when the problem is fixed.

Best regards.
 
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PB98
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Posted: 30.10.2017 20:22:38
 
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk wrote:
Hello, gentlemen

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individual taskbar problem , pinned programs position not saved
The problem has been confirmed. Apparently, it's a problem of compatibility between Actual Window Manager and the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. For now there is no temporary solution or workaround for this. We'll try to fix it and will post in this topic when the problem is fixed.

Best regards.

Sounds good.  Thanks for letting us know.  I'll keep an eye on this thread for a fix.
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 01.12.2017 05:55:13
 
 
Hello, gentlemen

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Pinned programs in individual taskbars upon restarting AWM are hidden because the position of these pinned programs revert to the bottom of the taskbar.
I'm glad to notify you that the subject issue has been fixed and the fix is available in the latest beta versions of Actual Window Manager and Actual Multiple Monitors 8.12 beta 1.

You can install the beta version and confirm the fix.


Best regards.
 
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a p
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Posted: 01.12.2017 06:15:00
 
 
problem fixed, thanks... however still getting constant program crashing, just got one now btw...  all task bars managed by the program are greyed out non-responsive... the default monitor taskbar is fine... have to kill the awm process.

 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 02.12.2017 10:51:36
 
 
a p,

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however still getting constant program crashing
Do you mean you had this problem before with the previous stable version 8.11.2? Have you reported this problem? Is this topic associated with this problem?

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all task bars managed by the program are greyed out non-responsive
Do you get any error messages when this happens?

How often does the problem occur? Have you noticed if the problem is associated with any actions/events in the system?

What toolbars do you have on the Actual Window Manager taskbars?

Are you running any third-party taskbar enhancement software?

Best regards.
 
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