srdavis wrote:see known issue on MSFT Site feedback-hub:?contextid=156&feedbackid=a78e63ca-d3af-4dd0-acf3-63cb846349ed&form=1&src=2
srdavis wrote:i have screen shots i could send - i don't know how to insert them into this post.
srdavis wrote:sorry - link is for app in Windows 10 "Feedback Hub". newest preview version of Windows 10 (14316) still has the problem. when the computer boots it loads a single clock and the time is frozen on that clock display, the desktop clock continues to work as do the functions on the program. something has happened with the taskbar in these new versions. i hope you are investigating with Microsof.
DebugLog(L"hook.cpp HookStart() Installing hook procedure on taskbar message processing thread");
// Install hook procedure on taskbar message processing thread.
g_hHookProc = SetWindowsHookEx(WH_CALLWNDPROC,
// Post a message to taskbar for the hook clock to initialize.
DebugLog(L"hook.cpp HookStart() PostMessage(g_hwndTaskbar, WM_SIZE, SIZE_RESTORED, 0);");
PostMessage (g_hwndTaskbar, WM_SIZE, SIZE_RESTORED, 0);
srdavis wrote:update to Windows 10 build 14328 - still not fix. something with task bar. no further word from MSFT. any help you your end in solving the issue?
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