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Topic: «[Help] Pinned icons can't be removed » on forum: Beta Testing   Views: 6424
 
Razvan Popescu
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Posted: 05/04/2012 04:07:55
 
 
My system crashed, so I isntalled a backup image.
I had a beta on the image, and a full ver sion (7) on the crashed sys
So the beta expired and I installed the latest beta.

Now I have all the pined icons stuck there. There is no way to remove them.
RMB does nothing

Win 7 x64 updates to date,
2 monitors placed I on top of II,
2 independent taskbars on the right,
and using the latest beta
 
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Razvan Popescu
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Posted: 05/04/2012 04:30:46
 
 
i don't even what to remove them individually, just reset the entire taskbar

Win 7 x64 updates to date,
2 monitors placed I on top of II,
2 independent taskbars on the right,
and using the latest beta
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 05/04/2012 23:50:58
 
 
Hello Razvan.

Try to install the previous beta (that you had on the image) and then try to unpin the icons. The only way to unpin all the icons from the taskbar do is to unpin each icon individually.

Best regards.
 
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Razvan Popescu
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Posted: 05/05/2012 05:46:19
 
 
Isn't there a file I can delete, so everything is reverted ? :(

Win 7 x64 updates to date,
2 monitors placed I on top of II,
2 independent taskbars on the right,
and using the latest beta
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 05/10/2012 02:03:24
 
 
You can only reset all the settings of the Actual Window Manager taskbars (including pinned icons) to their defaults by deleting the registry key "taskbar_states" (HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Actual Tools\Actual Window Manager\Command Center\Plugins\MultimonTaskbar  taskbar_states).

But remember that if you delete this key you'll lose all the taskbar settings of Actual Window Manager (toolbars, size settings etc.).

There is no other file that you can delete to revert the taskbar settings. But you can still use the solution described in my previous message. Or you can wait for the new version, which will provide you with ability to delete the pinned icons.

Best regards.
 
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Razvan Popescu
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Posted: 05/10/2012 04:51:53
 
 
thanks
It worked.
Yes , an option for resetting the toolbar is the least we can do about this.

Win 7 x64 updates to date,
2 monitors placed I on top of II,
2 independent taskbars on the right,
and using the latest beta
 
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Razvan Popescu
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Posted: 05/10/2012 13:17:02
 
 
Unfortunately after doing this, the tray notification area became blank

http://ybex.com/d/xyu2kub66afj3vehlo0y9iftk7xtnds41thknn0h.html

uncool

Win 7 x64 updates to date,
2 monitors placed I on top of II,
2 independent taskbars on the right,
and using the latest beta
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 05/11/2012 01:59:30
 
 
Just have tried that on my PC - notification area is all right. In fact, it is a copy of Windows notification area, and it shouldn't became blank. Is your Windows notification area all right?
 
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Razvan Popescu
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Posted: 05/11/2012 04:11:40
 
 
Yes

But a restart fixed it. I restart my PC very rarely.

So this is a minor thing.

Win 7 x64 updates to date,
2 monitors placed I on top of II,
2 independent taskbars on the right,
and using the latest beta
 
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