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Task Bar Arrangement problem


dejdara

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Hi

I have changed the settings in "Task Bar Arrangement" (Tollbox/System Control) to Cascading and now all windows in my task bar are stretched from left to right. I would like to back this options to normal state but it's not working. When i change "cascading" to "side by side" it's still look the same (stretched). Can some one tell mi how to repair this manual?

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Hi dejdara

Have you opened the same Toolbox/System Control window and chosen the previous setting?

If this doesn't work you could try to open Windows System Restore and go back to a date prior to your original change.

Cheers

solbjerg

 

Hi

I have changed the settings in "Task Bar Arrangement" (Tollbox/System Control) to Cascading and now all windows in my task bar are stretched from left to right. I would like to back this options to normal state but it's not working. When i change "cascading" to "side by side" it's still look the same (stretched). Can some one tell mi how to repair this manual?

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I'm having the same problem and it would be a hassle to system restore back to that far. Can you just fix your program that myself and may others have paid for. either come out with a fix in the next patch or just remove the stupid setting. not sure how this made it past beta.

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Hi zeemolol,

 

Sorry for the delay. :oops:

 

To solve this issue, please kindly follow the steps below:

 

1) Press "Win" + "R" to open "Run"

 

2) Put "regedit" in the input box and press the "Enter" Key.

 

3) Open HKEY_CURRENT_USER >> Control Panel >> Desktop >> WindowMetrics in the left.

 

4) Find MinWidth in the right box and right click on it >> Select "Modify" >> Modify the value data as 160 >> Click "OK".

 

5) Reboot your computer and see how it works.

 

Thanks for your support. Let us know if there is any other inquiry.

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