Restore Windows Start Button?
nealk3nc at gmail.com
Thu Jul 29 19:10:54 EDT 2010
Try googling it. I think there are utilities that can restore the lost Start
Orb. Try www.thewindowsclub.com, I think they have one.
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On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 6:55 PM, Mike Bonner <bonnmike at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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>
> > 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
> >> operating system. If they did, they would not put up with a tenth of the
> >> bugs we deal with every day.
> >> If anyone knows for certain that I am wrong I sure would like to know.
> >> <flame-off>
> > 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
> > PowerPoint which can also hide the taskbar. And in my tests, the Start
> > button remains intact on XP.
> > Regards,
> > Scott Rossi
> > Creative Director
> > Tactile Media, UX Design
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