|Josh 2005-11-17 18:56
OK, I know I talked about this sort of thing before and it was entirely my fault. :) So this time I checked it out a little more and I'm fairly confident I'm not doing something stupid.
Anyways, it seems that when a program pops open another window on another monitor, the taskbar will assume the program has moved to the other monitor. Which means the screen that has the main application running no longer has it shown on its own taskbar. Plus when you close the popup window it does not return the taskbar button to the monitor that has the application running.
OK, hopefully that made sense, but to hopefully clear things up a bit more I'll explain exactly what I did. I have flashFXP running on the second monitor. And when I upload a file, it brings up a popup to ask me if I want to overwrite the exsisting files. But the popup appears on the main monitor, and the second it comes up I lose flashFXP on the smart taskbar.
PS: This is on windows XP pro x64 and flashFXP is a 32bit app.
|Christian Studer 2005-11-18 10:24
Thanks for the bug report, I've been able to reproduce the issue.
I'll look into this for the next release, will be fixed if possible.
Please note that this issue isn't specific to 64-bit Windows, you'll have the same problem with FlashFXP on 32-bit Windows.
Christian Studer - www.realtimesoft.com
|Josh 2005-11-18 18:55
I wasn't sure if x64 was an issue or not. I don't run a 32bit OS anymore so it was harder to check.
I'm just glad it's not osmehting stupid on my part again. :)