On M1 Macbook Air running MacOS 12.1, unless I'm missing something I can't get Notch Bar to show the original system menubar under the Notch Bar Widget and Notch Bar Menu bar Mode.
I've made sure to deselect 'Hide Mini Status Bar Container', etc. see attached image. Any ideas?
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on normal screens without notch the menubar by default is only displayed when in menubar mode (switch between modes by scrolling up/down on the bar). It would be possible to display it below the other items, but it would need to be really small, that's why it's currently not included as a standard option.
Does it show nothing at all when switching to menubar mode?
The only requirement for this to work is BTT having permissions in system preferences-> security and privacy -> privacy -> accessibility.
Thank you for that clarification!
... When I enable 'Toggle mode by scrolling up/down' and then scroll up/down on the notch bar menubar the original system menubar shows up behind and overlapped with the notch bar menubar ... see image below.
Also, I did and do have the permissions correct in system preferences-> security and privacy -> privacy -> accessibility
Ah that's because you have unchecked the "hide left..." options for the menubar mode. For the default templates these are necessary to make the menubar mode worked as planned
(But these templates can easily be changed, to do any custom layout, if you have some ideas you’d like to test)
Yay!! That was it! Thank you! ... one more question ...
Is it possible to have any opened app display it's icon when it's launched and hide itself when it's quit ... much like the dock or the menubar in Windows? I'm always looking for a way to combine the menubar and dock to save as much screen real-estate as possible. uBar has an approach but it creates a whole other bar whereas your Notch bar uses the same scree real estate as the original menubar.
I’m currently porting the old Touch Bar Dock widget for the Notch bar, that should be available in a few days. If you have any specific ideas about how it should look / work please let me know
Yay!! Oh wow, that sounds great. Thank you for your work! If I have any ideas on that I'll pass them your way.