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add a "hide to System Tray" option

add an option "hide to System Tray" to move the soft to system tray from task bar

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      • arun commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I to agree that there should be an option for hiding it in system tray, with a pop feature when cursor is over it.

      • intika commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        i have pro version... i'v checked the autohide option it's cool but as you told it does not comeback automatically... a system tray can solve the problem easily and let the user inter act with battery bar while it's hidden

      • AdminChris Thompson (Admin, Osiris Development) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        The Pro versions has an enabled to turn off BatteryBar when the battery is fully charged. However, the feature is a bit flaky in that it can't always turn itself back on. I may need to write up a support program to handle that better.

      • intika commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        you are right... but there are 32 votes lol
        it's not a very important option... but it will be interesting for this case :
        i use my laptop at my desk charger plugged (90% of time) so in the case the battery is full or i don't use the battery i don't need to see no battery or 100%
        battery bar could for example "auto hide to system tray" if battery not present or after notifying me that the battery is 100%

      • AdminChris Thompson (Admin, Osiris Development) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        You'll have to explain this feature a bit more clearly. The whole point of BatteryBar is to see the battery status at all times without having to find a tiny icon or hover some something to get more details, like the standard Windows icon. I'm not sure what the benefit would be here.

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