Bug: behavior of "disable_topmost" has changed

Giovanni Vannucci 4 months ago updated 4 months ago 4

I have been using Taskbar Tweaker for a long time.  I use it for the "disable_topmost" advanced option.  I set it to "2" to allow me to place windows on top of the taskbar.  Until recently, maximizing a window would make it fill the entire screen, covering the taskbar.  Now, after the latest Windows-10 update, maximizing a window makes if fill only the part of the screen above the taskbar.  (I can still drag a window on top of the taskbar, however).

Evidently, Microsoft has "fixed" something in the Windows 10 system that broke this feature.  Can it be restored to its previous functionality?

Thank you


Should be fixed in v5.15.1.2 beta. Please try it and let me know if the fix works for you.

I'll gladly try it.  Where do I go to download it?

I installed v5.15.1.2 beta.  The problem is fixed, and everything else seems to work OK.  Thank you!