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keep core temp in task bar

Postby Cindy » Sun Oct 23, 2016 12:03 am

I allowed Core Temp to update and now I can't minimize it to the task bar. Minimizing and or clicking the red x makes it disappear from site. Where do I fix this in the settings? I tried to find and change some things to get it to stay in the task bar but nothing works.

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Re: keep core temp in task bar

Postby The Coolest » Sun Oct 23, 2016 1:16 am

Go to Options --> Settings --> Windows Taskbar.
You'll have all of the settings there.
When you update to a new version that notification icons might be hidden in the Hidden icons tray, click the triangle and pull the icons out. You can do this from the Notification Area properties as well.
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Re: keep core temp in task bar

Postby Naki » Tue Nov 15, 2016 9:39 am

Cindy wrote:I allowed Core Temp to update and now I can't minimize it to the task bar. Minimizing and or clicking the red x makes it disappear from site. Where do I fix this in the settings? I tried to find and change some things to get it to stay in the task bar but nothing works.

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It is not disappearing, it is going the Windows Notification area (formerly known as Windows Tray area).
So, you can find it there, even if it does not show in the Widows Taskbar.
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