I just cant seem to figure out why on my 2nd monitor (which is the main one) My taskbar slightly covers my Desktop Icons. I just cannot seem to get it to not do it. Only way to fix it is to not use the Align to Grid. But then all Icons have to be aligned by hand.
One option was to adjust the vertical icon spacing, but I had to adjust it at such a large space or such a small one that it was too much.
Attached is a screenshot showing the example. I dont know why the desktop icons are sitting under the "locked" taskbar. I dont use any auto hide on the taskbar.
Is there anyway to actually adjust the grid itself? In that where I can tell it where the last line of icons can be?
BTW a little info, the monitor is a Dell E207WFP (20" Widescreen LCD) connected via DVI to the GTS250 video card.
Also one more bit of wierd info. As I mentioned above, I have two of these 20". I dual screen (extend) the displays. The one having the problem is the right monitor. It always puts the desktop icons under the taskbar. If I make the left 20" the "main" display, it displays just fine. So for some reason this monitor which is identical to the other one keeps forcing or telling Windows to adjust the grid and putting the last line of desktop icons under the taskbar.