This is a known windows behavior, it simply doesn't recover gracefully
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when a program that creates a tray icon terminates without removing
the tray icon.
If you right click on the duplicate it should go away without bringing
up anything else, although it might select a different tray icon.
On 8/11/12, Cristobal <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
This happens to me if Jaws crashes on me or I otherwise have to kill it and
restart JFW. I guess it's just one of those buggy things that has no real
impact. If I click on the jaws icon in the system tray that turns out to be
the duplicate, I'll usually be taken to something entirely different like
network settings, volume settings or something along those lines and the
duplicate jaws goes away.
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On Behalf Of Marquette, Ed
Sent: Saturday, August 11, 2012 12:04 AM
To: The Jaws for Windows support list.
Subject: Multiple instances of JAWS
This is a curiosity more than anything. Yesterday, I was scrolling through
the System Tray (after having pressed JAWS key plus F-11) when I noticed
entirely separate instances of JAWS apparently running in the system tray.
I always have JAWS run in the system tray (I have too many windows to deal
with as it is).
I did not notice any adverse consequences from this, i.e., I wasn't hearing
things spoken twice.
Isn't this impossible? I've had multiple instances of Word active (never
intentionally) and those operate entirely independently, but I can see no
set of circumstances where JAWS should be running twice.
I'm running 32 bit JAWS under Windows 7.
It's probably just the phase of the moon.
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