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Topic: «Hidden Icons popup on Secondary Taskbar won't close » on forum: Beta Testing   Views: 4794
 
Derek Moss
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Posted: 07.10.2011 05:17:26
 
 
I have the Multi-Monitor Taskbar enabled and "Show the Start Menu for hidden Start button" and "Minimize all command affects only the monitor with the mouse" ticked, as well as "Enable taskbar buttons reordering", "Stretch the Start button out to the taskbar", "Show the multi-preview for group buttons", "Enable smooth transitions of the preview", "Enable preview's fade" and "Always show captions in previews".

When clicking on the "Show hidden icons" on the Secondary taskbar, the pop-up opens but doesn't close when I click on the desktop (this works on the Primary taskbar). The only way to close it is to click on the arrow again, but sometimes the pop-up opens on top of this, making it impossible to close it.
 
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Vasiliy Ivachev
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Posted: 11.10.2011 21:44:49
 
 
Hello Derek,

Thanks for the post.

Could you clarify what mentioned "Show hidden icons" are you writting about?

How do you hide these icons?

Could you send me some screenshots of the problem?

Best regards.
 
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Derek Moss
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Posted: 12.10.2011 01:57:03
 
 
Hi

Sorry, I should say firstly that I'm running Windows 7 x64 and Actual Multiple Monitors beta.

I'm referring to the right-hand section of the Taskbar by the time/date, known as the Notification area, where AMM's icon appears. In this section appears a down arrow, which shows a tooltip "Show hidden icons" when hovering over it and when clicked on it opens a pop-up containing the hidden icons. Normally it can be closed again by clicking anywhere outside the pop-up (but this didn't work with the Secondary Taskbar and I had to click on the down arrow again to close it, which was obviously not possible when the pop-up opened on top of it).

I think some programs set their icons to "hide" in this area automatically, but the user can select which icons will "hide" by right-clicking on the Taskbar and selecting Properties and then Customize.

I'll try and get the pop-up to open over the arrow and get a screenshot for you.
 
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Vasiliy Ivachev
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Posted: 12.10.2011 21:18:33
 
 
Hello Derek,

Thanks for the response.

The problem has been confirmed.

We'll try to fix it.

Best regards.
 
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Derek Moss
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Posted: 13.10.2011 05:32:15
 
 
Thanks.
 
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