[SOLVED] Reflect no longer allows me to see disk imaging in progress?


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Hi, why does Reflect no longer allows me to see disk imaging in progress?

I upgraded to Windows 8 and Windows 11 and I am no longer able to see Reflect imaging in the background as I did on Windows 10 and R7.

I used to be able to click the icon in the task bar and see the progress. Now it happens, anonymously in the background, and I cannot interrupt, pause it etc.

I look forward to your help.

Thank you

Edited 22 November 2023 11:04 AM by portthames
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<Cntrl> + <alt> + M should get you what you need...

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Froggie - 21 November 2023 2:06 PM
<Cntrl> + <alt> + M should get you what you need...

Hi thanks, I tried to try this, not sure if it's working for me.

Can I confirm this will should the 'hidden' Reflect process going on in the background, (which I cannot currently access via taskbar)?

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It should pop up the same window that would show up if you <click>ed on the REFLECT icon in the System tray.  If it doesn't, some other process has absconded with that shortcut (it can be re-established if needed)

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Froggie - 21 November 2023 6:31 PM
It should pop up the same window that would show up if you <click>ed on the REFLECT icon in the System tray.  If it doesn't, some other process has absconded with that shortcut (it can be re-established if needed)

Thank you, OK I can try this again when it's running.

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Froggie - 21 November 2023 6:31 PM
It should pop up the same window that would show up if you <click>ed on the REFLECT icon in the System tray.  If it doesn't, some other process has absconded with that shortcut (it can be re-established if needed)
Brilliant it works! Cheers

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