Annoying white arrows on the taskbar icon area.

  1.    06 Mar 2016 #1

    Annoying white arrows on the taskbar icon area.


    Hello


    I've just installed Wiondows 10 Insider Preview Build 14279


    And I get these annoying white bands/arrows on the taskbar icon area.


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    How can I get rid of them?


    I've tried different options at Properties -> Notification Area -> Customize
    But the white arrows are always there (If I have more than 6 icons).


    How can I enlarge the area reserved to the icons?
    I'd like to see all my icons at once, as before.


    Some people suggests using the tool "Taskbar Tweaker" but it doesn't work on Windows 10 Insider, in fact the webpage says it's dangerous.
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  2. davidhk's Avatar
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       06 Mar 2016 #2

    Our Admin, Brink, gave an answer to this issue in this thread...........................
    Notification Area change with latest Fast Ring build question
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  3.    06 Mar 2016 #3

    davidhk said: View Post
    Our Admin, Brink, gave an answer to this issue in this thread...........................
    Notification Area change with latest Fast Ring build question
    Hello.

    The solution was "disable it till fixed".

    I was looking for a real solution or hack.

    I would like to see all my icons, not only some, not the white bars.

    regards
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       06 Mar 2016 #4

    skan said: View Post
    Hello.

    The solution was "disable it till fixed".

    I was looking for a real solution or hack.

    I would like to see all my icons, not only some, not the white bars.

    regards
    If you recall what Brink said in the thread I mentioned, he said it was a known problem.
    What that means is MS is aware of it.
    We will have to wait for MS to fix that bug.
    Meanwhile Brink provided a "workaround" ......... for now.
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  5.    06 Mar 2016 #5

    davidhk said: View Post
    If you recall what Brink said in the thread I mentioned, he said it was a known problem.
    What that means is MS is aware of it.
    We will have to wait for MS to fix that bug.
    Meanwhile Brink provided a "workaround" ......... for now.
    OK, thank you, I just expected to find a different solution modifying something on the registry or some file.
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  6. davidhk's Avatar
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       06 Mar 2016 #6

    skan said: View Post
    OK, thank you, I just expected to find a different solution modifying something on the registry or some file.
    I have no doubt that someone can come up with a registry hack or similar.
    We'll see.
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