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Doesn't the standard network icon just show if the network adapter is working?
If the problem is further down the line, like if the company's router is down or if my ISP is having problems, I don't think it shows anything different.

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I searched the site a bit and I can't find it.

Does anyone know of a utility that shows a different icon on the taskbar when there is no internet connection?

Skype used to have a system tray icon that changed when there is no internet access. In the new Skype there is no skype icon in the system tray, so I can't easily tell when the internet is down.

I'd like a quick way to tell when the internet is down. I don't want a network speed indicator, just an icon that appears one way when there is internet access an another way when there is no internet access. I assume this utility would have to ping some location let's say every 15 seconds.

For extra credit you could be able to configure how often it pings and where it pings.

Clipboard Help+Spell / Re: CHS Unicode support
« on: May 10, 2015, 06:21 AM »
Please add Unicode. I also need this.

I don't know if anyone mentioned this, but since Windows 7 there have been shortcut keys to fit a window to the right or left of the screen: Windows Key + Left Arrow and Windows Key + Right Arrow.

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