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Topic: «System tray mirroring to other monitors? » on forum: General   Views: 123
 
N
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Posted: 02/22/2024 09:59:46
 
 
Is this feature ever going to be available in near future? Worked fine in w10 but since switching to w11 its hard to get used to not having it as it was way too helpful for messages, monitoring temps, etc.
 
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N
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Posted: 02/23/2024 03:49:26
 
 
StartAllBack does this just fine, why can't this?
 
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Bogdan Polishchuk
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Posted: 02/29/2024 09:09:47
 
 
Hello, N

Thank you for contacting us.

We're finishing working on this problem and the fix will be available in the next version. Now we plan to release the new version in March. We'll post in this topic too when the version is released.

Also please pay attention to the workaround which other user Greg suggested in this forum thread:

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After playing around for a few hours with the software I've come up with an acceptable workaround.

I went into Windows Settings --> Personalization --> Taskbar
Under "Other System Tray Icons" I turned 'Hidden icon menu' On and all the rest of the sliders off.
When I want to see those icons I press Win + B, wait for the tooltip, and press Enter.
That opens the tray so I can see and interact with it.
As far as the still missing Ethernet/Volume things, I can get to all of those settings other ways.


Best regards.
 
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