Restore Windows Start Button?
bonnmike at gmail.com
Thu Jul 29 18:55:49 EDT 2010
Probably not the answer you're looking for, but I believe "the
fullscreen" doesn't hide the taskbar, it just lays the stack over the
top of everything corner to corner. I've done similar in the past to
switch a browser stack in and out of pseudo fullscreen mode. Have an
empty stack that gets fullscreened, then put the browserstack on top
of it, as well as any other stacks.
Since revbrowser apparently can't switch window id on the fly, and
fullscreening changes the windowid, this gets around the problem.
fullscreen the empty stack, pop the main stack back up and set its
rect to whatever you want it to be. The main windows can also be
pallettes so they're always on top of the stack you are going to
fullscreen. (And I think setting the raisewindows to true works on
windows in addition to osx right?)
Kinda a pain in the tookus to get it all working together nicely, but
last time I did it, it ended up working pretty well.
On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 4:30 PM, Scott Rossi <scott at tactilemedia.com> wrote:
> Recently, Bob Sneidar wrote:
>> <flame-on> There is another option: Round up the developers of Vista and
>> publicly flog them with wet brooms soaked in tuna fish oil.
>> Does anyone seriously think that Microsoft uses their own software? I will bet
>> good money that the developers at Microsoft do not *actually* use their own
>> operating system. If they did, they would not put up with a tenth of the weird
>> bugs we deal with every day.
>> If anyone knows for certain that I am wrong I sure would like to know.
> I'm not convinced this is solely a Vista problem. It's more likely a Rev +
> Vista problem since weren't able to reproduce the problem with, for example,
> PowerPoint which can also hide the taskbar. And in my tests, the Start
> button remains intact on XP.
> Scott Rossi
> Creative Director
> Tactile Media, UX Design
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