I don't understand the issue, crops are too small
[Untitled](//muut.com/u/startisback/s1/:startisback:mAPc:untitled.png.jpg) Larger example of the "locked" case with segments suddenly ending and systray icons being cut off
Since posting my initial message I found out that this bug requires a specific combination of settings: [Untitled-0](//muut.com/u/startisback/s1/:startisback:xFfk:file_0untitled.png.jpg) Disabling segments or centered task icons (any one of them) makes the bug go away.
That's intended, unlock the taskbar if you don't want that
Icons being cut off so that only a few pixels are visible at the edge is intended? Note the extra blue and purple pixels on the vertical line, that's clearly a bug. I'd just like to have all my systray icons AND have the taskbar locked, these settings should not be tied to each other. Looking at icons has nothing to do with the ability to resize the taskbar.
I still don't quite understand what pixels are those, can you make screenshot comparing clipped and unclipped taskbar?
Sure. One piece of extra info, since my last message I figured out that "Always show all icons and notifications on the taskbar" needs to be ON for this issue to manifest - the presence of that small triangle that lets you display the extra systray icons prevents all of these visual issues. The center segment needs to have a particular width: keep opening windows and at one point the systray either _almost_ goes away (except those remaining pixels) or loses its background like shown in the first 2 rows on this image, *but* if you keep opening even more windows so that they're now placed on 2 lines the systray gets fixed and works exactly the same in locked and unlocked. It's only within the range of the center segment being very wide but not 100% wide where the systray has this graphical glitch. [Untitled](//muut.com/u/startisback/s1/:startisback:5b19:untitled.png.jpg)