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IDWR
Since this afternoon the main menu and toolbar has disappeared.
I have tried removing and reinstalling ImageJ, restarting the computer,
refreshing menus and repositioning the window through shortcuts and ctrl+L,
but nothing seems to work.
I do have access to ImageJ's funtions through all the shortcuts, but the
main interface is just missing. I have even run the alwaysontop command.
If I hold the pointer on the ImageJ icon in my Windows toolbar, I do see the
menu toolbar, but not the image editing toolbar.

I wouldn't be surprised if I unknowingly selected a standard ImageJ or Fiji
function that causes this, but I couldn't find any similar post on this
forum.

Any advice is much appreciated!



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Re: Menu disappeared

Wayne Rasband-2
> On Apr 29, 2019, at 3:58 PM, IDWR <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> Since this afternoon the main menu and toolbar has disappeared.

What version of ImageJ are you using? The 1.52p daily builds prior to 1.52p13 had a bug that caused the main ImageJ window to not be visible if it had been moved to a secondary screen and that screen was turned off. You can work around this problem by reseting the preferences (Edit>Options>Reset) or by upgrading to the latest daily build (1.52p13).

-wayne

> I have tried removing and reinstalling ImageJ, restarting the computer,
> refreshing menus and repositioning the window through shortcuts and ctrl+L,
> but nothing seems to work.
> I do have access to ImageJ's funtions through all the shortcuts, but the
> main interface is just missing. I have even run the alwaysontop command.
> If I hold the pointer on the ImageJ icon in my Windows toolbar, I do see the
> menu toolbar, but not the image editing toolbar.
>
> I wouldn't be surprised if I unknowingly selected a standard ImageJ or Fiji
> function that causes this, but I couldn't find any similar post on this
> forum.
>
> Any advice is much appreciated!

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