netllama at linux-sxs.org
Sat Jan 18 03:26:22 CET 2003
On 01/17/03 17:59, Moritz Heiber wrote:
>> By automatically, you mean it can be shaded, or it starts that way, and
>> can't be unshaded? I'd love the former, and hate the latter.
> I guess I wasn't explaining the situation clearly enough, I'm sorry: The taskbar is
> automaticly shaded at the top at startup. If the cursor gets into an area of about 1
> centimeter below the top of the screen it suddenly unshades presenting the usuall
> taskbar and pager. If you move away the cursor it automaticly shades again.
OK, but what if you set your task bar vertically? I still don't think
i'd mind this much, but would prefer for it to be configurable.
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