Notification Area Icon - Context Menu Not Working

Fad

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Notification Area Icon - Context Menu Appears Offscreen

I have no context menu appearing when right clicking on the notification area icon

It has appeared once before but now has disappeared.

I can`t find any other posts regarding this and cannot see why it has worked once then has since stopped.


Context menu appears offscreen when using dual monitor setup

See post #7
 
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Nameless

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At a guess you mean the one that should be next to the time? Or the one thats in the browser?

If its the one next to the time their should be an up arrow, click on that at you should see other icons that are not in use, you can change how they appear by using customize.

If its the one in the browser, make sure you have the assisstant activated.
 

Fad

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Thanks, yes it`s the one in the notification area on the taskbar (near the time) -

the icon is visible, but I only have double left click to access the GUI, no right click action at all !
 

Fad

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I have tried waiting for the context menu to appear, but it does not.

The other icons I have in the notification area have no problems.
 

Fad

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I have realised that the context menu IS appearing - BUT, it`s appearing on the secondary monitor - out of sight !

How can I force it to appear only on the primary monitor ?

This is how I have my displays arranged - there is a reason for this.



The context menu opens in the hard bottom right, with this setup it appears offscreen.

The menu should appear on the primary screen by default - relative to the notification area icon ?

Edit 2: Reinstalled Adguard (after a system rollback) and this time the context menu is appearing in the correct place !

I am doing a full reinstall of windows this week - there are issues with .NET4 which I had to specifically install to test Adguard
 
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Thank you for details!

I've created bug but priority is minor.
 
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