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« on: November 26, 2009, 04:03:24 PM »

Vista/XP - Taskbar auto-hide problems FIXED!



I hope I can be of some help...

Often times Windows XP (and Vista) will refuse to hide because it mistakenly believes
there is still a tooltip balloon open. (I see this a lot myself with APC's Powerchute
Personal Edition.) Unfortunately the only way to get your taskbar to properly hide
again (and I don't mean uncheck the "Keep the taskbar ontop of other widows" option
for a quick fix) is to restart the machine so that Windows resets the tooltip balloon
status. What a pain!

Thankfully through my inability to let it go and hatred for this problem I have written
a file that will fix this! (Works great on my Vista machine!) All the program does
is overwrite the phantom tooltip balloon and then clear the tooltip balloon and Tahdah!

The tooltip will stay up for 10 seconds so that you can read the info on it (just
telling you what it does and how you can contact me if you have any problems). You
can close this tooltip balloon like any other by clicking on it, or if you mouse
over the program tray icon it will close itself instantly.

I hope this helps you like it did me!


DL
Code:
http://www.filefactory.com/file/ag932d0/n/Taskbar_Slapper_exe
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« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2010, 03:26:54 PM »

Open up the launch box on the clip and make sure you have global set for the quantization. Then check your warp markers on the track.  Hope this helps
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« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2010, 01:32:11 PM »

Open up the launch box on the clip and make sure you have global set for the quantization. Then check your warp markers on the track.  Hope this helps

I honestly have no idea what you are on about!

Sounds like StarTrek stuff...
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