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When you click the "Collapse All Windows" button (Win + D) on Windows 10, the SensorPanel is located behind the windows taskbar.

PS.

My SensorPanel has the options "always on top" and "prevent from being minimized".

I`m using version AIDA64 Engineer 5.90.4229 Beta.

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Before pushing Win + D, was the SensorPanel basically placed over the Taskbar?

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Yes, as in the first screenshot.

In fact, the SensorPanel is moved down not only when you click Win + D, but also when simply clicking on the taskbar.

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On ‎2017‎. ‎05‎. ‎05‎. at 5:46 PM, nikkymen said:

Yes, as in the first screenshot.

In fact, the SensorPanel is moved down not only when you click Win + D, but also when simply clicking on the taskbar.

SensorPanel doesn't support that kind of a placement, I'm afraid.

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