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Disappearing Language Bar


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I wonder if anyone has the same problem as me. I've been trying to set my Language Bar to display on the taskbar, but it appears floating on the desktop after a reboot. I've learnt to live with it but the Language Bar will disappear by itself after some time.

It is really annoying when I need to change languages when I type and the only way to get it out again is to do a reboot. Can anyone help me? Thanks in advance! :)
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I found this here.

I hope it helps.
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Thanks for the reply. But I'm not sure I get the connection between speech recognition and language bar...
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the info. was further down in the graph. I believe this may help.

Clicking the Language Bar button allows you to configure how you want the Language Bar to appear. You can choose from four options such as having it float or having it docked at the toolbar.


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Oh my apologies.

I tried that already. Whenever I change the settings, the language bar will disappear until I reboot, after which it will be floating on the desktop regardless of my previous setting.
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I have been searching but I don't have any answers for you. Maybe someone else will be able to help you. Sorry about that.
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Thank you anyway. =)
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