With the "Seconds on the taskbar clock" option turned on...
Because the number "1" is "skinnier" than the other numbers, whenever the number "1" appears in the time, the width of the clock changes. This causes the position of the system tray icons to change and there is some flickering while they are redrawn. (Maybe this is easier to see at 200% DPI which is what I am running on.)
This can be seen for example when the "seconds" part of the clock cycles through 09... 10... 11... 12. Each one of these has a different number of "1"s and changes the width of the clock.
Maybe the clock container could be made to be a fixed width? Or there could be an option to change the font so that it could use a proper fixed-width font?
Thanks for consideration.