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"T.com W.R. tray Icon is requesting your permission"
« on: December 27, 2015, 04:48:18 PM »
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  I was having a problem with Photoshop Elements.  I use the disc not the download. After messing with it and stopping.  I saw the repair icon was flashing in my tray.  I figured it saw something needed. Since problems could not be with the PS disc I knew it had to be windows.   I ran it using every option, including running repairs twice. I found myself stuck in Safe Mode and had to use MSCONFIG to get out.  The icon was still flashing in the tray. [ Plus I still seem to have bugs in Photoshop. But, that is someone else's forum]

  If I clicked on the icon and it had a message why it was up, hey, that'd be great.  Might need magic for that, though.  Any real world ideas as to why it keeps trying to get my attention?  thanks.

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Re: "T.com W.R. tray Icon is requesting your permission"
« Reply #1 on: January 07, 2016, 08:35:45 AM »
My tray icon doesnt flash, in fact it has no timers or code that runs in it at all. It is just quick access menus.

Can you post a screen shot of the icon that is blinking for me?

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