Re: System tray question

  • From: Jeanie Vejil <proud2have-tsedog@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 05 Dec 2004 23:14:20 -0600

Adam, everything I do makes the problem worse, and now I can't unload JFW 
4.02, so I'm going to leave things alone and try to figure it out later.  I 
never had English United States in my system tray until I installed JFW 
5.01, which is odd since I'm not using that version of JFW right now.  I 
can't even get into the system tray now to make sure my fire wall is 
active.  I think I messed it up even worse than it was before.

Thanks for your suggestions anyway.

Jeanie


At 10:22 PM 12/5/04, you wrote:
>Hi Jeanie,
>I have win 98 SE in a second computer. If alt e doesn't work, just keep
>tabbing until you find enable indicator on taskbar check box. Press the
>spacebar to uncheck it.
>Adam
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Jeanie Vejil" <proud2have-tsedog@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Sunday, December 05, 2004 10:44 PM
>Subject: Re: System tray question
>
>
>Adam, I can get to control panel and keyboard, and to speed tab, right
>arrow to language tab, but alt e doesn't do anything.  Could we be using
>different versions of windows?  I'm using win 98 SE?
>
>There must be another way to clear the English United States from my system
>tray.
>
>When I get to the language tab, it says English United States 101.
>
>Hope this gives you a little more information as to what is going on
>because it sure didn't give me any more ideas as to how to get rid of the
>English United States from my system tray.  It never used to be there so
>this is kind of strange.
>
>Jeanie
>
>At 07:49 PM 12/5/04, you wrote:
> >Try this for your first question:
> >Press windows key, s for settings, c for control panel, and k for keyboard.
> >Hit enter to open your keyboard properties.
> >shift tab to get to top of keyboard dialog box, right arrow to language,
> >press alt e to uncheck enable indicator on taskbar,
> >press alt a to apply,
> >and enter for Ok.
> >Your system tray should reflect these changes.
> >I don't use Eudora but I'm sure someone will be able to help.
> >Adam
> >
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: "Jeanie Vejil" <proud2have-tsedog@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> >Sent: Sunday, December 05, 2004 8:15 PM
> >Subject: System tray question
> >
> >
> >Hi all.
> >
> >Can anyone give me some idea why my system tray always has English United
> >States as one of the things in my system tray?  I can get rid of it, but
> >then the next time I restart my computer, it's back again.
> >
> >I have JFW 5.01 but predominantly use JFW 4.02 because I don't care for the
> >scripts available for Eudora 6.1.  I'm also using win 98 SE.
> >
> >Perhaps someone on list can help with a question about JFW 5.01 and Eudora
> >too.  I can't get it to stop saying end of list at the bottom of any list
> >and beginning of list at the top of any list.  I especially notice this in
> >Eudora 6.1 and find it very annoying.  I've been given some things to try
> >in order to get rid of it, but it never goes away.
> >
> >If anyone has some input on either of my questions, I'd appreciate their
> >suggestions.  Thanks in advance.
> >
> >Jeanie
> >
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