Things seem to get a bit wonky when making the taskbar double height. The program icons on the right were bouncing around (see screen recording). Near the end of the recording, when resizing the bar, it actually teleported the taskbar to the top of the screen unexpectedly. So I made a second full screen recording of what happened after that. The taskbar wasn't really all the way at the top but rather a bit offset, and was acting strangely as seen in the recording, such as the start menu button no longer working.
Screen Capture 1: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1WsBfczytrHGtoOlRVJ0t606BN9bqelON/view?usp=sharing
Screen Capture 2: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IYi-DGNf14Vfzb7KTDNEnDIqoJ-d-5dD/view?usp=sharing
Windows Version: Windows 11 Enterprise 21H2, Insider Beta Channel - Build 22000.588
Software Version: 1.16
Steps to Recreate: I had just installed it moments ago and restarted, having upgraded from the stable version of Start11, so not applicable. I noticed the bottom-right icons being wonky and went to record that, then the rest was unexpected, so you saw the steps to recreate the 'top bar teleport' thing in real time.
Other Notes About Above:
- The taskbar appears to have moved because somehow it changed the actual setting to be top mounted. I know this because my second monitor, which has a DisplayFusion taskbar, also moved up to the top along with it (though that one didn't glitch out and was actually attached to the very top).
- After restarting explorer it still appeared glitched out, until I restarted the computer
- It seems to behave as expected if it is only the standard single height
- While the taskbar is double height, the icons seemed to also shift around when a new program icon got added. For example, when I started recording, the "microphone active" icon appears at the bottom right and caused similar behavior as seen in the screen recording. Though I couldn't capture that particular event because it was caused by the screen recording software itself starting.
-Update: The "teleporting taskbar" seems to be happening randomly. I just walked away from the computer for about 20 minutes, and when I came back, the taskbar was glitched at the top again, until I used the "restart explorer" button in the Start11 options. So it seems to be happening with no interaction.
Other Unrelated Feedback:
- The program doesn't explain what "sometimes" means in terms of combining taskbar buttons