Re: [NTO] Re: [NTB] Why NetCaptor
- Hi ::Andrew::,
Didn't I do that? :) I've been so busy who knows what I've done. Wasn't your forum on a Delphi server or something like that?
>J> Please make anymore posts that are not about the use of NoteTab
>J> over on the NoteTab Off-Topic list (see my sigline), TIA.
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- Good evening,
Do you know if there is a way to keep the task bar (right term?) always
visible when IE is run in full screen mode?
Have not found an exact answer, however, I am using I.E. 6.0 and set my
Taskbar to "Auto Hide" and "Always on Top" and I am able to access the
Taskbar with I.E. 6.0 in FULL SCREEN (F11) mode.
You should also be able to bring up the Taskbar manually by the keyboard
shortcut CTRL+ESC keys.
You can change the Properties of the Taskbar (Usually on the bottom of you
screen) by RIGHT clicking with your mouse on any BLANK area of the Taskbar.
Hope this helps.
Christopher J. Spilker
- Hello Christopher,
>Have not found an exact answer, however, I am using I.E. 6.0 and set myThanks, I forgot to mention - IE5 on Win95. I have "Always on top" checked
>Taskbar to "Auto Hide" and "Always on Top" and I am able to access the
>Taskbar with I.E. 6.0 in FULL SCREEN (F11) mode.
but the bar hides anyway at full screen. :(
I can access it alright, but I would prefer if it was visible at all times.
I bet there
is a hidden setting somewhere.
- Hello Jody,
Thursday, October 04, 2001, 12:01:27 AM, you wrote:
J> Didn't I do that? :) I've been so busy who knows what I've
J> done. Wasn't your forum on a Delphi server or something like
it on yahoo groups ;) but I know how busy you are so don't worry it
was more an open invitation to anyone rather than just to you :) (but
you're obviously very welcome too)
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