Task Bar bug search

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There seems to be a bug that happens when you have task bar enabled to show on all monitors and go to 

Left click windows icon (on secondary monitor *non primary)

 

then at the top when you click search nothing happens (its as if you click a blank area to close)

 

but when you go do the same functions on your primary monitor it works fine.

 

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