ejs Posted March 5, 2009 Report Share Posted March 5, 2009 Sometimes the Macro Express icon disappears from my system tray. (Note it is not hidden or being treated as an inactive icon. It is really no longer in the system tray.) This is not a Macro Express problem. My windows OS has gotten a little flaky; I have the same problem that some other programs also have their system tray icons disappear. But as far as I can tell, there is no way for me to bring up the Macro Express editor without being able to click on the system tray icon. Is there some way (e.g., some command line I can run, or some other program in the Macro Express folder) that could do one of the following: - open the Macro Express editor without the system trail icon being there - restore the system tray icon Right now, what I have to do is open the task manager and kill the Macro Express process. Then I can relaunch macro express from the start menu. When the relaunch is, the system tray icon is generated so that I can access the editor. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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