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SkunkStriped

Taskbar is...inconsistent/uneven?

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So, I've been using this program for a few days and it's nearly perfect. I do have one issue, though: the taskbar doesn't display evenly, and it cuts off at certain points. The image shows what I'm talking about; notice how the taskbar cuts off when it reaches the start orb and the rightmost taskbar icons (battery, clock, etc).bLXMOTd.png
I just want to fix this because the inconsistency is annoying to me. Any tips?

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Posted (edited)

Maybe you should give an eye in personalize taskbar in startisback settings here , seems you are using some custom style

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Edited by innuendo33

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No, I tried all of those settings. That didn't seem to change anything.

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This is what happened to me when using this program with Openshell, but after uninstalling Openshell everything work fine.

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On 1/29/2020 at 1:47 PM, nidjo2oo1 said:

This is what happened to me when using this program with Openshell, but after uninstalling Openshell everything work fine.

It seems you were right... I actually ran into the glitch while trying to run ClassicShell and StartIsBack together.

I disabled ClassicShell, restarted my computer, and the glitch was fixed. I guess the theming programs were conflicting with each other or something.

I ended up just ditching ClassicShell.

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