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Taskbar positions are not saved with different monitor profiles/layouts?

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Brusser
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When I change monitors the taskbar position or location stays the same by monitor number as the previous profile/layout. Which requires me to manually change the position ever time I switch monitors. Anyone know how to save the taskbar position to a profile? Or am I the only one with this problem? A default setting would also be nice for when I am presenting to a new screen/projector.

Michael
Jul 9, 2018  • #1
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Currently this is the expected behaviour, as the taskbar settings are saved based on the monitor ID. We have an open feature request for taskbar profiles, so I've added your vote to it.

Thanks!
Jul 9, 2018  • #2
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Brusser
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Thanks! Definitely a feature I would like!
Jul 10, 2018  • #3
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Duane Petersen94599
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Please add my vote also. This would be a great feature to couple with other profile features.
Nov 22, 2018  • #4
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Author/Writer Network
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This feature is exactly what I am looking for, "Taskbar Profiles"!

In my case I would be looking for one of my monitors to Hide the Taskbar when I switch "Monitor Profiles".

I really hope this feature will be available soon!! It appears that there are many people who would like to see this too.
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Mar 13, 2019  • #5
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Toni Weber
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I was very angry about this situation!
Sometimes I work on notebook alone but mostly with 2 and 3 attached monitors to it! So, for each setting I create my Wallpaper and Taskbars. But the Taskbars Settings were not saved :(

Please add this feature for Taskbar profile really quickly!!

Another feature could be: Profile Quick Access Icons, which I can add to specific taskbar (Maybe this feature exists, and i didnt found ;) ).

Thanks a lot!
May 7, 2019  • #6
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