|18 May 2012||#1|
Toolbar on taskbar should only be showing an arrow but is showing icon
I have a toolbar on my taskbar titled "Programs". It has about eight folders in it. I made another toolbar, and placed it directly adjacent to the Programs toolbar, to obscure the eight folders and force it to be a dropdown menu.
Trouble is, as soon as I lock my taskbar, right next to the arrow that displays the eight items of my Programs toolbar in menu-form, one of the eight items is showing up as an icon, as if the other toolbar isn't close enough to the Programs toolbar in order to completely obscure the eight items.
Here's what I mean in graphic form:
It's bugging me to no end. Anyone else had this problem/resolved it?
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|18 May 2012||#2|
Hello thewonkits, and welcome to Seven Forums.
I notice this happens when using small icons for a toolbar. If you like, you could unlock the taskbar, right click on the dotted separator line to the left of the two top far left toolbars (one at a time) click on View and Large Icons, then lock the taskbar to see if that may look ok to you. It will make the top row a bit bigger though.
Hopefully someone may know a better way to hide that bit of icon poking out when locked.
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