|06 Jan 2010||#1|
Taskbar transparency Help?
Hi guys, first post here so be gentle please!
I currently use a basic theme with white transparency, the taskbar is transparent when on 'autohide' & I hover the cursor over it, but as soon as I move off it it will hide, which isnt ideal.
But if I switch autohide off, the taskbar is no longer transparent anywhere but the desktop, where it simply appears transparent as it matches the bottom part of the wallpaper.
Here's a shot with auto hide on & the cursor over it:
And here's a shot with the autohide off:
I want it on the desktop all the time, not on auto hide, but transparent in the same way it does when auto hide is selected & I hover over it.
Is this possible in any way?
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|06 Jan 2010||#4|
Ok, I've realised what's causing it.
When I have the taskbar on normally, Firefox/Chrome/IE all start above the taskbar, so through the tasbar all i can see is the desktop. Yet when I have it on autohide I can see the full screen browser right to the bottom & then then the taskbar is an overlay, so through it I can see the browser underneath.
That make sense?
If so, any ideas how to change that?
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