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    task bar autohide

    The task bar is always there, the autohide is checked.

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    Vik,

    Try unchecking the box, click OK. Reopen the settings dialog & recheck the box.

    Zig

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    Didn't work. But nice try.

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    Wow, lots of info, need to digest it. Thanks.

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    The problem went away when I rebooted, hope it stays away

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