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Thread: Windows Icon tray question




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    My Icon tray mysteriously went from three rows to two rows. Wassup with that? :shrug: No changes were made to my task bar.

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    icon tray? two rows...three rows? :?:
    a screenshot would do wonders :)
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    This thing here.

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    Hmm... How do I add a bitmap into a post?

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    Ya can't so save ya screenie as a .jpg. ;)

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    How's this? It's got two rows now. Used to have three. I didn't change anything on the task bar.

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    1st make sure that ya havn't got the toolbar locked and then grab the top of it with the mouse pointer and drag the top edge down until it goes back to a single and then lock the toolbar.

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    Right click on the Taskbar and choose "Lock the Taskbar" once you've done that so you can't accidentally resize it again.

    BTW why do you have so many things loading up in the background. Can't be good for your performance :)

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