how do i disable popup when mouse over minimized windows media player to toolbar

Posted on 2009-04-06
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Last Modified: 2013-12-07
As the title says, how do i remove the anoying popup when howering the minimized windows media player when in toolbar. (see attachment)

I found a way before and changed something n regedit, but cant find it again.

Please help
Question by:mrmdeveloper
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Expert Comment

ID: 24085309
I don't think it can be done, however you say it can, so I watch with interest. In the meantime, just disable the miniplayer - right click the taskbar - Toolbars - untick Windows Media Player.

Chris B

Author Comment

ID: 24085500
I am 100% shure it can be done, it currently working on my other computer. Unfortunately i dont know what key in registry i changed.

Stefan W
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Expert Comment

ID: 24085514
OK. Still watching with interest.....

Chris B

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mrmdeveloper earned 0 total points
ID: 24094971
After a very long research i found it again by comparing the old registry with the new one!

I added the sulution to my blogg:

Dubbelclick on the text to translate.
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Expert Comment

ID: 24095066
Well done. Now accept your own answer to close this as you solved it yourself.

Chris B

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