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  1. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
       #51

    Heck yeah, I love what Generator posted. This goes nicely with Stardock's Objectdock.

    To fix that full size windows, set taskbar to auto-hide before activating hidetaskbar and you'll have full screen windows.
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  2. Posts : 5
    Windows 8 Pro x64
       #52

    The solution that worked for me actually ended up using a different program (Taskbar-Hide). Generators program might work though, i haven't tested with it since I took steps to disable taskbar popups.

    disable taskbar always on top
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  3. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 Home Premium 32bit
       #53

    Generator, thank you a lot for these two „wonders” :)
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  4. Posts : 4
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
       #54

    I tried both Generator's and Prisoner's fixes and they would work once but then the taskbar would start up again and I would have to relaunch the hiding program. In the end I stumbled upon this .exe in the rocketdock miscellaneous add-ons and tried it. After adding it to the registry at hotkeycurrentuser\software\microsoft\windows\currentversion\run and runningit, it worked like a charm and the best bit was that it would consistently and repeatedly close the taskbar, not just once. Hope this helps
    Remove Taskbar 100% Attached Files
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  5. Posts : 5
    Windows 8 Pro x64
       #55

    Good find! I was having intermittent issues with the task-bar reappearing when certain programs were running. The program you linked seems to have resolved it.

    Thanks!
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  6. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
       #56

    You guys may want to check out Taskbar Eliminator by Aviassin. It can be set to start with Windows, auto hides the Taskbar, gives you hot keys to show/hide the Taskbar & a hot key to it's settings. You can still access the start menu using the Windows key & it allows apps the use of the whole screen.
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  7. Posts : 1
    windows xp 32 bit
       #57

    Prisoner said:
    I noticed it said Solved in the title... but couldn't help posting this. It's my own personal app for hiding the taskbar. It hides it completely, except for the start button. But that can be hidden by using a start orb with full transparency (and it doesn't register when you click in that area when you use this if you are using such a start orb).

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    Hi Prisoner;

    I need this program to autohide without to popup "hold the windows key bla bla" and start to hide wihout first to press "windows + space bar" keys. And "windows + space bar" keys functional later it start hiding. Can you update the software.
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  8. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32b
       #58

    Wow! Generator this really works great, tnx
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  9. Posts : 1
    w8 64bit
       #59

    Prisoner said:
    I noticed it said Solved in the title... but couldn't help posting this. It's my own personal app for hiding the taskbar. It hides it completely, except for the start button. But that can be hidden by using a start orb with full transparency (and it doesn't register when you click in that area when you use this if you are using such a start orb).

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    Please, please make a version in which it's hidden by default and in which you don't have to press OK. Your app is the only one that's perfect, except for that little "issue".

    (I tried using autohotkey script to confirm the OK dialog and to send Windows key + Enter, but it doesn't work, don't know why.)
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  10. Posts : 44
    Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
       #60

    Hi,

    If I may be allowed a little bit of self promotion, I've been working on a taskbar hiding app as well. You can find it here:

    ShyBar - an automatic Windows 7 taskbar hider
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