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Outlook wierd behaviour after Release 9.7

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Chris Salvian
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When I minimise outlook with the hide when minimised turned on, after a little while the outlook icon comes back in my taskbar. Plus, when I open outlook, the folder pane is smaller than what it was set to and resizes to the correct size once I click into a folder. This only happens when DisplayFusion is running and only started happening with Release 9.7. It didn't do it through all of the Beta versions.
Jul 5, 2020  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
How long does it need to be minimized before this happens? I've setup Outlook here to minimize to tray and haven't run into this yet, but I'll keep it running and hopefully will get it to happen
Jul 8, 2020  • #2
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Chris Salvian
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The time needed tends to vary based on what I'm doing on the computer, though I can't seem to find any consistency to it. I took a video of it happening. This time it was less than a minute before the icon was back and the folder pane size reset.
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Jul 9, 2020  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Thanks! I think I can reproduce it here now as well, but slightly differently. If you minimize Outlook, then open the DisplayFusion Settings and click Apply, does the button then show up on the taskbar?
Jul 10, 2020  • #4
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Chris Salvian
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Yes
Jul 10, 2020  • #5
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siliconman01
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I'm experiencing this exact same issue. When DisplayFusion (v9.7) changes the wallpaper, the Outlook icon always appears in the taskbar. It randomly appears for some unknown reason as well. My system is Windows 10x64 Pro Build 19041.329 V2004, Office 2019 Home and Business local installation, 3 monitors.

"Thanks! I think I can reproduce it here now as well, but slightly differently. If you minimize Outlook, then open the DisplayFusion Settings and click Apply, does the button then show up on the taskbar?"

Yes, the icon does appear in the Taskbar.

If you mimimize Outlook in the FILE position as shown in the attached pic, the icon will not appear in the taskbar.
Windows 10 x64 Professional on home built with ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard. Intel I7-6700k CPU,64 gbyte Rip Jaw ram, GeForce 980 Ti graphics card with 3 monitors including Dell P2714T touch screen, 200 Mbps cable internet, 3 ASUS RT-AC88U routers in Aimesh mode, Samsung 970 Pro NVmE M.2 SSD + Samsung 850 Pro 512 gbyte SSD, 8 terabyte WD My Cloud Pro PR2100 external drive, 4 terabyte WD My Cloud Mirror Gen2 external drive, 2 terabyte My Cloud external drive.
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Jul 10, 2020  • #6
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Thanks guys, that sounds like what I'm seeing here in testing as well. We've added this to our list to fix up, and we'll be sure to let you know when it's all sorted out.

Thanks!
Jul 10, 2020  • #7
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siliconman01
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Is there any information or testing (system or software) that I can provide you to assist you in isolating this annoying behavior? Fully recognizing that this is affecting a very small audience.
Windows 10 x64 Professional on home built with ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard. Intel I7-6700k CPU,64 gbyte Rip Jaw ram, GeForce 980 Ti graphics card with 3 monitors including Dell P2714T touch screen, 200 Mbps cable internet, 3 ASUS RT-AC88U routers in Aimesh mode, Samsung 970 Pro NVmE M.2 SSD + Samsung 850 Pro 512 gbyte SSD, 8 terabyte WD My Cloud Pro PR2100 external drive, 4 terabyte WD My Cloud Mirror Gen2 external drive, 2 terabyte My Cloud external drive.
19 days ago  • #8
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Thanks for the offer! If we have any issues replicating or fixing the issue we'll be in touch for more information. Otherwise it should be fixed in one of the upcoming betas for 9.7.1. Thanks!
17 days ago  • #9
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siliconman01
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I discovered something this morning that may help you resolve this issue. It appears that DF is setting Settings>ersonalization>Background>Choose a Fit to TILE. If I manually change Choose a Fit to FILL, this weird issue with Outlook 2019 no longer occurs. HOWEVER, the Choose a Fit gets set back to TILE on system reboot and when DF changes the wallpaper. I checked my single monitor systems and Choose a Fit is set to Fill and stays on that setting.

I am attaching a DF log that shows "Windows TileWallpaper: 1" in it and also a pic of my wallpaper profile for my 3 monitors.

Hope this info helps.
Windows 10 x64 Professional on home built with ASUS Maximus VIII Extreme motherboard. Intel I7-6700k CPU,64 gbyte Rip Jaw ram, GeForce 980 Ti graphics card with 3 monitors including Dell P2714T touch screen, 200 Mbps cable internet, 3 ASUS RT-AC88U routers in Aimesh mode, Samsung 970 Pro NVmE M.2 SSD + Samsung 850 Pro 512 gbyte SSD, 8 terabyte WD My Cloud Pro PR2100 external drive, 4 terabyte WD My Cloud Mirror Gen2 external drive, 2 terabyte My Cloud external drive.
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• Attachment [protected]: Log.txt [224,604 bytes]
• Attachment [protected]: WallPaperProfile.png [257,794 bytes]
11 days ago (modified 11 days ago)  • #10
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Thanks for the additional notes! DF will always set the fit to Tile, even in older versions, so that shouldn't be affecting it, but I'll add it to the ticket notes

Thanks!
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