|04 Apr 2009||#1|
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Is it possible to adjust the position of the start menu?
When the task is at the bottom, the start menu starts above the task bar.
Likewise, when the taskbar is at the top the start menu starts below the task bar.
When you run full screen or auto hide you can quickly see what you have running by pressing the windows key on the keyboard.
When you position the task bar on the left, or on the right, it "mounts" on top of the bar, blocking the running applications, and in the case of my netbook (1024x600) the system tray and clock.
Is this in the registry somewhere I can change the coordinates of where it positions itself?
Also is it possible to make the taskbar thinner when it's on the left side?
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