System Tray

  kentylad 10:30 23 Aug 03

Since installing Norton Internet Security 2003, the icons within my system tray have disappeared; including network connections.
I am running XP and understand there is a setting by which you can hide inactive icons, but this is disabled anyhow. Even if the icons are active they cannot be seen



  kentylad 10:56 23 Aug 03

Any ideas as to how to rebuild them?

  whybe 11:46 23 Aug 03

Have you tried, right clicking on the Taskbar, Click Customize. This should show all the icons, then change their settings to 'always show' On the previous page ensure the 'hide inactive icons' is unchecked and click Apply (That's what I forgot).

  kentylad 11:50 23 Aug 03

There is no 'customise' option when right clicking......?

  kentylad 14:43 23 Aug 03


  powerless 14:47 23 Aug 03

Start > Network connection > Right click your current connection > Properties > Tick "Show icon in notification area when connected"...

Click ok. Even if its ticked remove the tick and then repace it.

  doorman 14:48 23 Aug 03

Right click taskbar, then left click properties, then click Customize.

  kentylad 17:48 23 Aug 03

Customise and Hide inactive icons are greyed out i.e. inaccessible


  kentylad 17:49 23 Aug 03

Tried but didn't succeed

  kentylad 17:54 23 Aug 03

Found the problem...

I had disabled "Show taskbar notification icons" in TweakUI


  nickhick 18:07 23 Aug 03

It strikes me that Tweak UI causes more problems than it is designed to solve? Why bother with it in the first place?

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