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Some UI elements in the Taskbar are shown backward in right to left languages

stevenadulthood
Wed, 05 Oct 2022 02:35:34 GMT

Just as the title said, some UI stuff (mainly sub icons that relates to main icons) are being shown in a mirror-like state if the OS is using Right to Left language, For example the 9 here is mirrored but the actual app icon isn't https://i.postimg.cc/ZqPL70Nh/Backward-2.png Also i'm not sure if this also happened thx to StartAllBack cause I didn't checked it before installing it, but this UI elements are been "shoved" to the left area https://i.postimg.cc/zBJF95wH/Backward-1.png When they're supposed to be at the right (pic from how it looks like in win7 and 10) https://i.postimg.cc/ZRVxmgj7/6456546.png

stevenadulthood
Wed, 05 Oct 2022 02:42:19 GMT

Forgot to mention I'm using Windows 11 Home 22H2 Build 22621.608

stevenadulthood
Sun, 09 Oct 2022 03:29:20 GMT

Seems like the "UI elements are been “shoved” to the left area" are windows 11 doing after all But the mirror issue is 100% from StartiAllBack not supports right to right to left UIs, that issue could also rarely occured in original win7 after some windows updates, and to solve it one would've need to change the lang and change it back again to the old lang. In win11 that not works and needless to say that win11 doesn't has that issue with its own shell/explorer/etc.

stevenadulthood
Tue, 11 Oct 2022 22:24:38 GMT

Here is another UI element that is mirrored when you use WIN7 layout of StartAllBack (when you right click on an app icon in the tastbar its icon is in the option window is mirrored) [2022-10-11_233858](//muut.com/u/startisback/s1/:startisback:VXqx:20221011_233858.png.jpg)

stevenadulthood
Tue, 15 Nov 2022 06:16:58 GMT

Seems like the last ver fixed that issue https://muut.com/u/startisback/s1/:startisback:VXqx:20221011_233858.png.jpg This one however still remain, and is the only reason I'm not installing it on my main desktop, hope it will be fixed eventually ;o https://postimg.cc/FfRc1rGP

startisback
Tue, 15 Nov 2022 14:34:45 GMT

Unfortunately, I'm not able to reproduce it.

stevenadulthood
Tue, 15 Nov 2022 21:50:30 GMT

All you need to do is change (or install) windows 11 with a right to left language such as Hebrew, After that open some app such as Windows media player (legacy) or any app that has additonal small taskbar buttons or icon beneath their taskbar app icon, And from there you will see they're mirrored, I using the most recent win11 home ver and didn't had that issue on win11 original taskbar (nor in win7/8/10 original taskbars while using the same lang).