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Topic: «2nd taskbar issues , Windows 10-64 bit, AMM 8.14.4 » on forum: Technical Support   Views: 271
 
Matthew Oliveira
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Posted: 15.01.2021 08:25:15
 
 
Simply put,
how do I get the taskbar on the 2nd monitor to stay in place, but automatically go away when an application is in full-screen, like the taskbar on the 1st monitor does
And no, I don't want to use the auto-hide function, neither do I want the "always on top" function
I want the 2nd taskbar to behave like on default Windows, but still look like the AMM one
On that note, how come I cant configure each taskbar independently?? That would be a nice feature so that I ACTUALLY had control over my multiple monitors
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 18.01.2021 06:16:56
 
 
Hello, Matthew

Thank you for contacting us.

AMM taskbars normally should hide behind full-screen windows. Although, recently there was a problem with Chromium-based applications (due to Chromium problem).

What full-screen application you have this problem with (name, version)?

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neither do I want the "always on top" function
Are you talking about the window's always on top state? Disabling the "On top" option of the AMM taskbar helped with the mentioned Chromium-based apps problem (the On top option in the context menu of the taskbar). You can use it as workaround.

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On that note, how come I cant configure each taskbar independently??
Could you clarify what exactly settings you're talking about? There are several settings that can be configured for each AMM taskbar independently.


Best regards.
 
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Matthew Oliveira
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Posted: 18.01.2021 09:22:43
 
 
OK
I've been messing around here
So my TAskbar 1 is the windows default
By default Windows 10 doesn't apply a taskbar on the 2nd monitor
so, my AMM taskbar is only on Monitor 2, because I didn't check the "replace system taskbar"

In that case, it's even worse: AMM as a whole doesn't have an automated taskbar only one that autohides, as this happens with all my apps

so, please tell me I'm wrong and how to fix this (sorry I took this long to figure out my true problem)
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 20.01.2021 02:29:54
 
 
Matthew,

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AMM as a whole doesn't have an automated taskbar
What do you mean by automated taskbar?

What full-screen applications you have this problem with (name, version)?
 
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