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Myrath
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I'm throwing the issue in the air - can't believe it's solvable ... (Incidentally the post will have software recommendations)

I have a conflict between (Free) that drives me crazy.

So:

 

 

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I have the Xmouse button control software - allows you to control the mouse in an amazing way.

 

I have my gaming mouse software, G603. Is called gaming software - it also lets you program the mouse,
But since the functions of XMOUSE are much more relevant to me - I only use it to open with one button on the mouse (which XMOUSE doesn't even recognize) - to open the window of .


I still have - Task bar hide. After all, you can only mess up the taskbar, but if you hover your mouse close to it - the taskbar opens. I asked to cancel it completely. That's why I set the taskbar hidden in Windows and through the TAX Beer Hyde software I destroyed the taskbar (it can be opened again by clicking on a shortcut).

 

The problem:
1. Mouse software conflict (I guess): What happens is that suddenly a certain button configured in XMOUSE minimizes a single button's action. In short, the controls go awry. I log off and come back - everything works out.
2. tas bar hide - I press the button and it actually raises the taskbar, but or so - at the opening of certain windows / programs or events - the taskbar repeats (not entirely, but in the format where it "lurks" in case you hover over it with your mouse.

Any tips? Something to do?


I am convinced that the problem is the mixing between the software because in the example work I only use XMOUSE and there is no problem.

 

Thanks :)

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