Language Bar Disappear

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  1. Gil80

    Gil80 Senior Member

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    Language Bar Disappear - Solved

    I've seen somewhere that in order to restore the language bar there's the CTFMON.EXE that should be added to the registry.

    However, ever since I have windows 7, I never saw the CTFMON loading in windows start-up and there was no problem with the language bar. How come?
    Is there a way to restore the language bar without adding the CTFMON to the start-up?
     
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    Gil80 Senior Member

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    I solved it when I went into the Task Manager -> Microsoft ->Windows -> TaskServicesFramework and I enabled it.
     
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    I know how to change the input language. The problem was that I already had the language bar in the task bar but it disappeared and nothing I did make it appear again. Anyways, I managed. Thanks a lot.
     
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    Humm.... I just told someone today in private email how to get their language icon back. I think there is another method... is this a language icon for your keyboard? How many language options are there?
     
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    I have two languages. My keyboard is US and HE (Hebrew). I don't have the CTFMON running in order to see the language icon in the task bar. It has to do with Task Manager -> Microsoft ->Windows -> TaskServicesFramework(in Windows 7).
     

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