I've got "DesktopWorkArea=0,30,1366,768" in my rainmeter.ini file. I've read that this should only be messed up by apps that go full-screen, or change resolution. However, I've noticed that iTunes is screwing it up. Any idea as to why?
P.S. is there an easy way to fix my screen after this happens aside from closing rainmeter and opening it again?
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I don't know much about iTunes, but if it's lways possible that it's setting the work area itself for some reason. If pretty much anything touches the work area, you lose your settings from Rainmeter. And no, the only way to put it back is by restarting Rainmeter.
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If you have 1.3 beta r483, you can also "Refresh All" to restore DWA settings.Alex2539 wrote:And no, the only way to put it back is by restarting Rainmeter.