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megaman
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How can I stop the graphs from changing?

11 Jan 2017, 01:02

I have them set like this.
https://i.gyazo.com/700f498bb211b5a3caa ... daa24b.png

When I restart my computer they change to this, so I have to keep changing them back.
https://i.gyazo.com/5b2cf2af03255f795f7 ... d920cc.png

Anyway to keep them from changing?
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xtal256
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Re: How can I stop the graphs from changing?

16 Jan 2017, 02:27

That looks like it's the graphs in the system tray (or whatever it's called). As far as I know, you cannot directly control the order in which the icons are shown. They seem to show in the order in which the applications load.
Perhaps there is a 3rd party application which allows you to control this.
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Re: How can I stop the graphs from changing?

16 Jan 2017, 04:40

Ah, no option within Process Hacker to alternate the load? I'll just manually switch them, then. Thanks for the tip.
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Re: How can I stop the graphs from changing?

01 Mar 2017, 23:53

Hmm, well I suppose PH might be able to control when those icons are shown, and hence could show them in a particular order.
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Re: How can I stop the graphs from changing?

02 Mar 2017, 00:46

xtal256 wrote:
01 Mar 2017, 23:53
Hmm, well I suppose PH might be able to control when those icons are shown, and hence could show them in a particular order.
It's weird but they seem to be loading correctly nowadays, just a few misses where I have to switch them back.
Less to no complaints, nowadays, so I can call this a conclusion.
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Re: How can I stop the graphs from changing?

02 Mar 2017, 00:56

Yeah, it must have been Windows not respecting the order.
I took a look at the PH code, and it is adding the icons in the same order each time (PhNfLoadStage1 and PhNfLoadStage2 functions in notifico.c).
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