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On ‎29‎/‎04‎/‎2017 at 4:42 PM, bapt said:

if it's possible to add an option to keep the original button of Windows 10

Thanks

Up :)

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4 hours ago, Detection said:

Not getting any update notification from SiB at all, checking "About" says version 2.0.6 with no new versions advertised, but when I check manually on the site I see there have been 3 updates since then

Same here.

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I noticed when I installed last version its not registered anymore.

is that a thing in the program, or is that me changing hardware to much?

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Posted (edited)

On 2017-4-29 at 9:42 AM, bapt said:

Will anyone have the default start menu button of Windows 10 ?

Or if it's possible to add an option to keep the original button of Windows 10

Thanks

Is not this?

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10 minutes ago, carlitosoo555 said:

Is not this?

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Not completely, that of Windows 10 changes color when we pass the mouse over it ;)

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Is there any way to do an automated refresh of SIB (what happens when you press "OK" in the settings dialog) without restarting explorer.exe and without using AutoHotkey (or similar) to open the settings dialog and click "OK"?

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Posted (edited)

On 26.05.2017 at 4:05 AM, blackwind said:

Is there any way to do an automated refresh of SIB (what happens when you press "OK" in the settings dialog) without restarting explorer.exe and without using AutoHotkey (or similar) to open the settings dialog and click "OK"?

SendMessage(FindWindow(L"Shell_TrayWnd", NULL), WM_SETTINGCHANGE, 0, (LPARAM)L"SIBSettings")

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Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks, Tihiy!

Could I twist your arm into rescanning the "Right side items" folders when doing a refresh? I'm still experiencing the problem I reported here whereby, because my network drive isn't immediately available at login, SIB doesn't display items like my Downloads folder located on that drive. I've been using a batch file at login to forcibly map the drive as quickly as possible and then restart explorer.exe (SIB rescans when you restart explorer.exe), but sometimes this occurs so quickly that not all my startup items load before explorer.exe is terminated, leaving me to try and figure out what didn't load and start it manually. If I could refresh SIB with SendMessage after the drive map completes instead of restarting explorer.exe, I'd finally have an acceptable workaround for this issue.

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Well it should be refreshed with settings refresh.

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No such luck. No matter how many settings refreshes I do, the folder refuses to show up until explorer.exe is restarted.

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Does refreshing SIB with configurator helps?

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Nope, only thing that helps is restarting explorer.exe.

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Well then it's what you have to do. StartIsBack does not cache this info.

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Posted (edited)

Can you please add Windows PowerShell to the Start menu right hand pane as an option?
I am starting to prefer it over the original Command Prompt, because it’s more Unix-like and open source.

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