|17 Apr 2013||#1|
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How can I purposefully cause the auto-hide task bar glitch?
I am using a task bar application that allows me to manually show and hide the task bar, but if I turn off auto-hide and use the application, it leaves a task bar shaped unusable space on my monitor.
If I keep auto-hide on than the taskbar is hidden after I activate the application.
However when the auto-hide glitch, where the taskbar fails to auto-hide and remains on top off the windows occurs, it behaves exactly as I wish it would. Is there any third party application or registry edit capable of forcing or simulating this?
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