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  1. All of this because you added an invasive and forced background process (and clearly on purpose, as the systray icon doesn't have the regular "Exit" option...), people are ranting more than you expected, and now instead of just removing that crap, you say a lot of blahblah and plan to just move the thing a bit. Remove that crap. Your users are power users and you won't fool them. If you persist with this crap, a competitor will take your place and you'll lose *a lot* of market share for sure. You have everything to lose here...
  2. To watch my CPU temperature, I configured Speccy to start with Windows, minimized in the systray and displaying the CPU temperature. I noticed the displayed temperature is often stale, i.e. it's not refreshed. It happens often but not always, it seems to be quite random. It seems to often happen on fresh boot. It happens as well when the system is idle, so it's not related to the process "below normal" priority. If I mouse hover the systray, the temperatures popup also displays stale temperatures. To get the temperatures refreshed, I have to "wake up" Speccy by double-clicking the sys
  3. Just for information, this issue is still present in the recently released Speccy 1.31.
  4. Bump, it would be really great to fix this issue. Also I guess it's more an overlook than a purposed design. Plus, today I learned the number of scrolled lines in programs is actually a configurable Windows setting, therefore it should be followed.
  5. It seems to have been fixed in CCleaner 5.30. A quick reply would have been appreciated, still, thank you for the fix.
  6. It seems to be fixed in CCleaner 5.30. Thanks for your replies. (pun intended)
  7. When clicking on the "blue buttons" ("Analyze", "Scan for Issues", etc.) they become invisible during the mouse button is pressed. Thankfully the buttons still work... I'm encountering this issue since CCleaner 5.29. It did not happen on CCleaner 5.28. OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  8. Latest versions of Thunderbird don't store the download history in "downloads.sqlite" anymore, but in "downloads.json". I have tried the latest CCleaner 5.28 and I confirm it doesn't clean the "downloads.json" file. The file is not listed in Files and folders in the profile - Thunderbird, but that's because the page is outdated and it's a PITA to get an account to edit a page on this wiki, so it lacks contributions... I didn't find what version of Thunderbird brought this change, but it's defined in DownloadIntegration.jsm. Also refs ticket 851466 at bugzilla. Firefox has the change
  9. Currently, using the mouse wheel scrolls only one line at a time. This makes scrolling really tedious, particularly on long pages. Programs usually scroll 3 lines at a time, which I think would be a much better setting.
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