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by mb1280
13.05.2018 16:45:39
Forum: Support
Topic: roblem with Dexpot's Icons... Please Help!
Replies: 3
Views: 465

Re: roblem with Dexpot's Icons... Please Help!

This works:

DesktopOK 5.18 . . . Save and restore the desktop icon positions . . . https://www.softwareok.com/?seite=Freeware/DesktopOK
by mb1280
13.05.2018 16:42:12
Forum: Support
Topic: how do i hide the desktop picker/chooser/selector?
Replies: 2
Views: 476

Re: how do i hide the desktop picker/chooser/selector?

Settings / Components / Desktop Manager / Options / [check] Start with Dexpot . . . By default, you can drag this around, it's not fixed in the lower right . . . Move it up 3" . . . Keep it un-checked, though, I don't need to see it . . . Access the other Desktops by right-clicking the icon in ...
by mb1280
13.05.2018 16:38:00
Forum: Support
Topic: Last active icons seen, upon Startup
Replies: 0
Views: 535

Last active icons seen, upon Startup

Why does it do this?

I have 3 Desktops, and #1 is set for the initial Desktop.

If I was on #2, and do a Restart, the Desktop background color is ok upon Startup, but the "last seen" icons of Desktop #2 are shown, until the program has fully loaded (annoyance)
by mb1280
13.05.2018 16:36:02
Forum: Support
Topic: Previously set solid background color is seen, upon Startup
Replies: 0
Views: 477

Previously set solid background color is seen, upon Startup

I had to figure this out. Why does it do this?

Right-click Desktop / Personalize / Themes - Save your Theme, and delete un-saved "Themes," otherwise, Dexpot might show a previously used, de-selected Background color, momentarily, upon Startup (annoyance).
by mb1280
13.05.2018 16:32:01
Forum: Support
Topic: Desktop Manager - Disable, or Un-check, "Always on top"?
Replies: 0
Views: 495

Desktop Manager - Disable, or Un-check, "Always on top"?

Is "Always on top" in the "Settings" somewhere? I see this setting (confusing labeling, to me): Settings / Switching Desktops / Taskbar / [un-check] Keep all taskbar buttons visible (ok, now I realize that the Desktop Manager floating bar is not the "Taskbar," which is ...

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