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UltraMon 2.7

Posted on Thursday, October 05 2006 @ 00:33:12 CEST by LSDsmurf

  • Selecting Run from the Start menu causes autohidden Windows taskbar to get shown if mirroring is enabled
  • The Start menu may get closed immediately after opening when mirroring is enabled
  • After using the Start menu with mirroring enabled, a small shadow line may remain on the screen
  • Can't select item from Alias SketchBook Pro menu if mirroring is enabled
  • Maximized Remote Desktop windows can't be moved freely
  • Maximize to Desktop doesn't work correctly if monitors are arranged vertically
  • Window buttons don't work with Office 2007
    Please note that the UltraMon window buttons won't match the Office 2007 look
  • Dragging maximized Office 2007 windows with the mouse doesn't work
  • Maximize to Desktop window button may not work with multiple Word documents open
  • Window buttons may not work correctly with Word if more than one document is open
  • Moving a maximized application run via Xstart with a hotkey or otherwise may cause it to vanish
  • The Move Window button only works once for maximized Netscape 8.1 browser windows
  • Changing to a specific display resolution via UltraMon may fail
  • When shutting down the system, UltraMonDesktop.exe may fail with 'DLL initialization failed'
  • OpenOffice.org 2.0 crashes if UltraMon menu commands are enabled for the application
    UltraMon menu commands are now disabled for the application by default
  • Maximized TCL wish84 window can't be moved with the mouse
  • Automatic startup of UltraMon may fail with 'Failed to set systray icon' error message
  • When assigning a screen saver to the secondary monitor, occasionally the monitor will remain blank instead of showing the screen saver
  • Resources don't get freed correctly when a dialog gets closed (Windows XP and later only)
  • Warning in event log that an UltraMon component doesn't exist
  • Run registry entry used for automatic startup of UltraMon gets recreated if you delete it
  • When using custom position settings for a PowerPoint slideshow, the context menu gets positioned as well when using the Last Used Position option
  • No UltraMon tabs added to shortcut properties on Windows 98
  • Taskbar button text is black instead of white when using the Aero theme on Windows Vista
  • Task button for Winamp is always on top monitor's taskbar if monitors are arranged vertically
  • Showing the desktop hides the UltraMon taskbar if it isn't configured to be always on top
  • No task button added for new MSN Messenger message if the message was received while a different user session was active
  • With 2 or more UltraMon taskbars, the taskbars may no longer be always on top after 2 or more fullscreen applications were running
  • Task button for Google Talk is always on the leftmost monitor's taskbar
  • Moving FlashFXP's confirm file replace dialog to a different monitor causes the application's task button to get moved as well
  • Restoring a minimized Delphi application by clicking its task button only works the first few times
  • Applications which have a modal dialog open can be minimized by clicking the application's task button
  • Configuring the desktop wallpaper fails with error message 'Creating ActiveDesktop object failed with 0x80040154'

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