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Tihiy
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StartAllBack 3.5.1

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- Fixed New tab missing in Ribbon File menu

- Fixed tearing with restyled address/search bar

- Fixes for snap group taskbar context menu

- Fixes for tabs on newer Dev/Beta

- Fixed text not fitting in Spanish translation

- Scaled All Programs scrollbar

- Disabled showing start menu on active monitor by default

 

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Unfortunately, the new taskbar search button is not yet available in the program. I was hoping it would already be there, it's been in the insider builds for quite some time. Let me show clearly what I'm talking about if you don't understand.

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Too bad, I was just thinking of buying a license, but I don't like half-assed stuff. I don't see what's wrong with him. It's better than that round magnifying glass. It is not professional to bring personal bias into a project. You could have left a choice of whether it was the new or used the old way. Good luck!

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This will be strange. I looked up and could not find anyone asking about this. Must say that I love ASB and everything worked fine for the past 8 months.

As of 1 day ago, whenever I touch settings of in SAB configuration, I have several apps automatically opening - Publisher, Power Point, Outlook, Signal, Tor etc - seemingly have nothing to do with SAB. I uninstalled SAB and it worked fine when I was tinkering with regular Win taskbar settings. Installed it back, I open configuration, and as soon as I change ANY setting in Start Menu - apps start popping up. Am I nuts? Am I missing something?

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Hi, I VERY much love this program. It made the switch from Win7 to 11 bearable for me.

I'm writing about an issue that I did not find being discussed yet. When right clicking a shortcut inside the start menu and selecting Delete, the shortcut deletion confirmation dialog opens. The Windows 7 start menu stayed open when deleting a shortcut, however StartAllBack's start menu closes when this dialog is shown. It would be very neat if it could behave like the Win7 version.

Keep up the awesome work, @Tihiy!

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