[Media Player Classic] The task bar disappear if minimize and maximize again while in "minimum" mode

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[Media Player Classic] The task bar disappear if minimize and maximize again while in "minimum" mode

Post by miguelitomessi on Wed Jun 22, 2016 5:41 am

Steps:

1 - Open the video

2 - Press number "1" so it can go almost on full screen just leaving the taskbar showing

3 - Minimize the Media Player Classic and then maximize it again

4 - The taskbar will disappear making the "minimum" mode useless and being just a full screen mode

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Re: [Media Player Classic] The task bar disappear if minimize and maximize again while in "minimum" mode

Post by Admin on Wed Jun 22, 2016 4:31 pm

Which resolution is your desktop and the video?

Video size doesn't change here when following those steps.

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Re: [Media Player Classic] The task bar disappear if minimize and maximize again while in "minimum" mode

Post by miguelitomessi on Wed Jun 22, 2016 10:51 pm

here is my specs

1366x768

windows 7 professional edition

video: gtx 650

cpu: fx 6300 3.0ghz

8gb ram

hd 500gb

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Re: [Media Player Classic] The task bar disappear if minimize and maximize again while in "minimum" mode

Post by Admin on Thu Jun 23, 2016 1:00 pm

And the size of the video?

You need to create a new ticket at the official MPC-HC bug tracker:
https://trac.mpc-hc.org/report/9

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Re: [Media Player Classic] The task bar disappear if minimize and maximize again while in "minimum" mode

Post by miguelitomessi on Fri Jun 24, 2016 1:54 am

what is the "size of the video" ?

all what i do is to maximize the screen

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Re: [Media Player Classic] The task bar disappear if minimize and maximize again while in "minimum" mode

Post by Admin on Fri Jun 24, 2016 12:43 pm

I mean the original width and height of the video. You can see it in: File > Properties.

If I drag and move the video to the bottom, then part of the video is displayed behind the taskbar. You say the taskbar disappears. Does it actually disappear, or is the video on top of it?

Which version of Windows are you using? I have Windows 7.

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Re: [Media Player Classic] The task bar disappear if minimize and maximize again while in "minimum" mode

Post by miguelitomessi on Fri Jun 24, 2016 10:10 pm

Actually i found out that i don't need to run any video. It also happens with the MPC opened without running anything

It need to be opened only like this: https://i.gyazo.com/df13f284c1a4e4af06353f99cb35a022.png

then press 1 to go "minimum" mode

click on the MPC tab on the taskbar to minimize MPC and then click on it again to maximize, the taskbar will disappear.

It also happens when in "minimum" mode and then when i click on "show desktop" button (aeropeek) on the taskbar

It only return to normal if i press key 2 or 3 to change video mode

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Re: [Media Player Classic] The task bar disappear if minimize and maximize again while in "minimum" mode

Post by Admin on Sat Jun 25, 2016 12:14 am

I can reproduce it now.

Windows always acts a bit strangely with windows if you maximize them. Did it ever work 'better' for you with older versions of MPC?

I will talk to the developers of MPC about it.

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