Can't open quick access window after coming out of sleep/standy

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Ash Menon

14 Dec, 2014 07:59 AM

Hey there,

First of all, GREAT app. I didn't think I'd find anything that I could use to replace Grindstone when I moved from Windows, but yours definitely is the best I've found yet :)

I have one issue where if my MacBook Air (2014) is coming out of sleep/standby, I can't left-click on the quick-access window in the top bar to open my list of recent tasks. I can right-click it to get another type of list of recent tasks (the one with the Quit Timelime option), but left-clicking does nothing.

I usually solve this by quitting timelime and restarting it.

Running Timelime 1.2.4 on Yosemite 10.10.1

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Niko on 14 Dec, 2014 04:10 PM

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    Hi Ash,

    Thank you very much for your kind words! It makes me happy that you like my app!

    Regarding your problem: That's strange, you are the first user to report this.
    Since I'm unable to reproduce this problem , I have a few questions:

    • Does this happen every time after waking up your MacBook Air, or just sometimes/under certain conditions?

    • Are you using several spaces/fullscreen apps? Could you test if this happens as well when there is just one space and no fullscreen apps (use Mission Control to check).

    • Do you get a spinning beach ball when the panel doesn't open after left click?

    • Does the panel open when you are using a hotkey to open it? You can define a hotkey in Timelime's preferences.

    • Please check if the panel is hiding behind other windows.

    That's it for now:-) Thanks a bunch for porting this!

    Niko

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