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Tihiy

StartIsBack++ 2.9

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@Tihiy 

Since the last version, I have a file "appsfolder.dat" which is created in AppData\Local\StartIsBack\Cache

Is this due to a "new option" ?
Is it better to install SIB in AppData ?

Thanks

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Posted (edited)
On 4/25/2020 at 6:27 PM, Tihiy said:

StartIsBack++ 2.9.1

- Fixed some High Contrast issues

Looks like an issue was introduced - the profile picture is now solid white for me. If I change the Start Menu style in Settings, the user account picture returns, but only until next restart, then it's back to solid white.

Edited by ender`

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24 minutes ago, ender` said:

Looks like an issue was introduced - the profile picture is now solid white for me.

Can you show screenshot? It can be only black on white or white on black and that change went to 2.9.0

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Here it is: image.png.72ee3e52813e6dcb78001e539e1ae41b.png  

Oh, and locking and unlocking the computer makes the image come back. Also, 2.9 did not have this problem.

Edited by ender`

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Hm. could this be DPI-related? My primary display is set to 225%, secondary to 175%, and I just noticed that if I open Start Menu on my secondary display, the picture appears, and afterwards it also appears on the primary display.

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Yes, this issue is related to DPI. However this issue was resolved in 2.9.0 and there were no userpicture changes in 2.9.1.

 

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Well, I definitely didn't have this problem in 2.9.0 (nor before that) - for me it's new in 2.9.1.

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13 hours ago, bapt said:

@Tihiy 

Since the last version, I have a file "appsfolder.dat" which is created in AppData\Local\StartIsBack\Cache

Is this due to a "new option" ?
Is it better to install SIB in AppData ?

Thanks

@Tihiy Up

Thanks

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On 4/27/2020 at 9:39 AM, bapt said:

@Tihiy Up

No

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5 minutes ago, Tihiy said:

No

Ok and what is it with then ?

For installing SIB, is it better to install it in the AppData directory ?
At installation, the only choice is to install it in Program Files (x86) (for all users, UAC disabled)

Thanks

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On WinPE SIB 2.9.1 crashes.

The RoGetActivationFactory() for "Windows.Internal.Tiles.TileStore" is failing and there is no error handling.

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Startisback works fine under classictheme too but if i close and restart explorer in task manager the taskbar becomes all skinny and weird i hope this gets fixed .

Edited by Powerplayer

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I was wondering how you implemented the UseWin32TrayClockExperience support. Could you give some info on how that works, cause I thought that they completely removed the old clock menu..

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