yes correct. i have the latest windows 10 version.
i wanted to find out how to reproduce the bug but i can not find the way.
After a while of having my TrayIcon skin running, I have noticed a 'strange' intermittent behavior.
Does the DWM color actually change? Just asking.eclectic-tech wrote: ↑February 17th, 2022, 7:56 pm After a while of having my TrayIcon skin running, I have noticed a 'strange' intermittent behavior.
I have a skin that detects changes in the wallpaper background color (DWM color) using the Chameleon plugin by Socks-the-Fox and every once in a while, when I use the mouse scroll action of The TrayIcon skin to change virtual desktops 'Ctrl+Win+Right' keypress simulation (using the same wallpaper on all desktops), it triggers the detection of a new DWMColor and updates.
Just thought I would mention this. Not sure if this is related, but I only see it when the TrayIcon skin is loaded, and I activate a scroll bang.
As you said, I think we should see what Brian thinks about it.
I have a feeling this may be more related to the timing of my simulated keypress script rather than to your TrayIcon code.
I have disabled the every second changing of the tray icon and in several days it didn't produce any hangs or glitches. It is the latest plugin version.Active Colors wrote: ↑February 14th, 2022, 1:03 pm After running the test skin for some time:
1) Rainmeter starts producing visual glitches that spread to various parts of Windows and/or other Rainmeter skins.
2) Rainmeter and/or skins become unresponsive.
3) The tray icon becomes invisible (the tray element is there but the graphical icon is invisible)
I am not sure if this is related to the problem which Judian81 has. There are some differences between Judian81 and my case.
For Judian81 it happens after the Refresh all and the tray icon stops blinking. For me it happens simply after some time and the tray icon becomes invisible.
Anyhow, I am now trying the test skin again but with the modified code to make tray icon not change every second. In my case it could be due to the every second changing icon. I am also running Windows 7 Professional 64-bit at the present moment.
Couple of visual glitches attached.
Brian pointed out a mistake which could lead to memory leaks. I will fix and push an update today. Thank you for helping, all of youActive Colors wrote: ↑February 18th, 2022, 8:49 am I have disabled the every second changing of the tray icon and in several days it didn't produce any hangs or glitches. It is the latest plugin version.
But additionally I removed the skin updates and dynamicvariables, so I am yet to find the exact reason but at least I found that the glitch could be gone.
works for days now. looks like it is good.