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Topic: «Remember Tray Icons Order » on forum: Feature Requests   Views: 3180
 
Will
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Posted: 24.02.2013 08:50:06
 
 
Hi,

Any chance of remembering tray icons order?

Hate that if I close an app fr om the tray and then reopen it, it then always appears to the far left instead of wh ere it was previously.

Tray icons order should always match the main monitor.

Thank you,

Will
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 26.02.2013 01:59:04
 
 
Hello Will

What is the main point? Do you want our program to remember the tray icons order (when you change them manually) or always have the same icons order as the system tray have?

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Will
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Posted: 26.02.2013 12:10:01
 
 
Hi,

Both. ;)

Say I change the order on the second monitor.

Then update the main montor's order too.

Or if I change the order on the main screen then change it on the second screen too.

So they always match.

And when an application is closed and it's icon goes away.

The next time it lanuches it should open the icon back to the same location it was before it closed.

Windows 7 and 8 already does just that.

So guess I'm just asking if you can do what Windows always does. ;)

Thanks again,

Will
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 27.02.2013 04:29:58
 
 
Ok, we'll consider your request.

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Will
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Posted: 27.02.2013 07:12:10
 
 
Excellent.

Thanks!
 
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Will
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Posted: 28.01.2016 08:53:59
 
 
Hi,

Any chance this could happen?

I see any new launched app with a tray icon still opens on far left instead of where it was previous.

I'm sure windows saves the info somewhere (registry maybe).

For now, I work around by first turning off "Multi-monitor taskbar" and then turning "Multi-monitor taskbar"  back on.

That causes the system tray layout to refresh so now system tray icons are in the correct place.

Only problem with that is it then causes the "z-order" of taskbar entries to be forgotten. ugh!

Thanks,

Will
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 03.02.2016 17:08:40
 
 
Hello, Will

Unfortunately, we weren't able to proceed to work on this feature yet and it won't be implemented soon.

We'll inform you when this feature is implemented.

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