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Karolina Jackson-Ward
Karolina Jackson-Ward

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There is now a "send to back" option if you right-click on the powertab icon in the activity tray.

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Karolina Jackson-Ward
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Hi Martinus,

Thanks for your feedback. To quit the powertab you just have to right click on the icon in your tray and select close. It will open automatically again next time you start your computer if the autostart option is ticked. Otherwise you can always start it from your start menu in windows.

Here is a film on how this is done:

Best regards,
Karolina

Ian Hobbs
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It would be nice to have a right-click option to close the tab as well...which is what I think Martinus was probably suggesting?

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What about the possibility to minimise or place the tab in a corner? When using an extra monitor above the other minitor, the tab is really annoying.

We are aware of this. There is design eady for having a "send to back" function in the powertab which I think also will allow the tab to be moved somewhere else on your screes, not just at the top. This will be implemented the next time we update the powertab software. We don't know, however, when we will next update it.

Best regards,
Karolina

Karolina Jackson-Ward
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There is now a "send to back" option if you right-click on the powertab icon in the activity tray.

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