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Offline Trestor

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Settings Window Covered By Taskbar
« on: October 22, 2008, 05:00:15 pm »
A problem that I suppose doesn't occur for many people, but does for me, is clicking on the 'Settings' button and finding it hidden under the XP Taskbar.

I have the Taskbar as a vertical column up the left of the monitor screen. MX's Settings window sometimes opens underneath it, sometimes with the Taskbar hiding the close button. At that point I must relocate the Taskbar to the bottom of the screen to uncover access to the Settings window.

Is this a problem that can be fixed, please?

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Re: Settings Window Covered By Taskbar
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2008, 06:43:31 pm »
Hi Trestor,

Next time it happens to you try this:
Right click 'a' WinMX icon (either the one near the clock or the one in the top left corner) and choose 'Reset All Windows'.

Let me know if this works I've seen it fix many whois, browse windows that appear off screen or in odd places but not ever seen this problem.


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Re: Settings Window Covered By Taskbar
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2008, 09:53:50 am »
I'll try that as well.  I just wanted to let Trestor know he's not alone.  My taskbar is along the bottom and it does it to me as well.  On top of that, when it does pop up under the taskbar sometimes I get another pop up box with it, the one you get if you just right click on your backround somehwere.  So

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