Yup! You have it Martin!Martin said:So you mean the main window with the tree on the left side and you click the red X in the top right corner ?
Martin, I do not know what is best for underpowered or small screened desktops/laptops??? All I know, is what I do on my Sandy Bridge/27 inch HD screen desktop. HWiNFO is a scheduled start and runs in conjunction with "System Explorer" & "Networx" at all times, giving me a complete picture of my machine immediately at a glance, if I want to see what is going on. I do not use the "Main Window" often(hardly at all, the Summary is used more often) but when I do it is EXTREMELY annoying for me, when everything closes.Martin said:Yes, that closes it all, since I treat that as the main application window, so when someone closes that, all other should as well. Is that a big problem for you?
1. If clicking Show All on tray, the easiest way to minimize all tp tray is through minimizing Main WindowMartin said:OK, so what about such a change:
1. Minimize button in the main window will minimize the main window only into tray.
2. When "Minimize Sensors instead of closing" option is enabled, then hitting the close (red X) in the main window will minimize the main window (only) into tray.
Thanks for your support, Martin. I am not sure if we are on the page or not? I have described what I experience in my Tray the best I could yesterday. Now today my health took a real dive, so I am not thinking so well. Let's try this, Martin. Make the mods as you have assembled them and I will test them when you release or send me a preliminary Zip. Then I can report my experience back to you, OK?Martin said:Crysta, it's no problem with your suggestions and they are most welcome. I think my suggestions for the upcoming modifications should fulfill that, or am I still wrong?
Yes, usage has grown :up: That's good and I will try help you with your flexibility strivings as much as I can but that will also mean a need for a comprehensive set of defaults for the less savey user which is often problematic. :lol:Martin said:That's also the reason for the new switch. There many users and everyone has different preferences how to use HWiNFO, so I need to make a lot of things configurable rather than sticking with a single approach.