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[bug] StartAllBack doesn't remember on which monitor the main taskbar was.

glnox
Sat, 09 Oct 2021 06:55:29 GMT

I keep my main taskbar with (the one with systemtray) on a secondary monitor, but after a reboot it's back to my main monitor.

lichs
Sat, 09 Oct 2021 21:39:13 GMT

Can confirm this bug. Running W11 22000.194. After reboot or explorer restart the main taskbar is back on the main monitor.

phstr
Tue, 12 Oct 2021 22:37:24 GMT

Same here W11 21H2 22000.194

maniak
Thu, 14 Oct 2021 11:37:39 GMT

Yup, came to post about this as well. Same use case, same Win11 version.

startisback
Thu, 14 Oct 2021 12:17:10 GMT

Why would you even do that and not change main monitor instead

gelunx
Thu, 14 Oct 2021 16:09:06 GMT

I like my systemtray visible when I'm running games in fullscreen

maniak
Fri, 22 Oct 2021 17:47:54 GMT

3 monitors, main one is in the middle, taskbar is on the left so as to remain available while the main monitor is running full screen apps (especially borderless). Doing things on the side monitors (using the taskbar) while having a full screen app running on the primary one is a very frequent occurrence in my case. I tried setting the left monitor as primary so the taskbar reappears there on startup, but it messes up other apps that *themselves* always start on the primary monitor and ends up being even more annoying than having to move the taskbar on every startup. Setting the taskbar to be displayed on all monitors takes up space on the primary one that I'd rather not lose (for non-fullscreen but maximized apps), and it doesn't work anyway because the systray icons are only shown on the 'main' taskbar, meaning that on startup, they end up on the center monitor and can't be seen while a full screen app is running. That's the context on my end, and the only issue I have with this taskbar.