|28 Mar 2012||#6|
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I don't think it is possible out of the box. There may be apps out there which can reserve areas of the screen but I haven't found any. It really doesn't matter where you put the taskbar. Bottom, top, left or right it gets in the way of something so I no longer autohide my taskbar.
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