This problem has not been resolved... I Just installed latest Dropbox version on a clean Windows 10 Install Build 1803. Can't right click on the notification icon unless I drop text scaling to 125% from 150%. I have 4K monitors and 125% is too small for me to use. Soooo.... Dropbox support, please fix this issue.
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I am at work so I can't get you a screenshot... But all that appears its that the icon located in the icon tray in the lower right is greyed out. If I right click on it, nothing happens. If I hit CTRL-RIGHT CLICK then the menus pop up as they normally do. If I drop the Screen Scaling down to 125% from 150% the icon begins working again normally...
No All other programs look ok... I know because I use right click to close them like Skype for example or to open antivirus panel etc.
Funny thing is that if I RDP into the machine (Remote Desktop) then the Icon Works normally. I assume thats because it is using less than 150% Scaling.
Working locally is the problem.
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