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xx W7 IE Taskbar Cycling
« Thread started on: Sep 18th, 2014, 2:35pm »

Hello. I hope I explain this well. First off great product. Using Windows 7 x64 with IE 9. Here is whats happening, how I almost fix it but then something else breaks.

Open a couple Internet Explorer instances, each with several tabs open. When you hover over one of the IEs you get a vertical list that pops up that shows all names of each open tab. If you have one open tab you get preview windows across the bottom. Anyways when ZBAR is active all the links begin to cycle or refresh in the vertical list. Over some time it hangs the machine until the cycling stops.

If I kill ZBAR the list stays up and does not cycle, or flash

If I open ZBAR and choose the option "Leave main taskbar alone" it works great.

However when I use that option and then drag a window from the ZBAR monitor to the main monitor the app icon completely dissapears and is no longer visible on the main windows taskbar or the zbar, though you can see it running in task manager.

Is there a way to fix thishuh

Thanks!
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« Reply #1 on: Sep 18th, 2014, 3:12pm »

Just noticed that if i use the option Mirror main taskbar contents it works and the issue is gone, but then its a little harder to tell which window is where because there are two for all of them.
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