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minimizing, hiding, always on top.. 4 Years ago  
minimize them? hide them? with one click? one shortcut?

make them always on top?
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#13920
Re: minimizing, hiding, always on top.. 4 Years ago  
I'm not really sure what your question is...
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Re: minimizing, hiding, always on top.. 4 Years ago  
Rainy wrote:
I'm not really sure what your question is...

hide for example.

I can right click the tray icon then choose windows then choose hide for each of them. quite a number of right clicks and left clicks to do that.

How can I hide all of them, in one click or shortcut?

And how can I stop that "Google Error" that comes when I have taken the network cable out?
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Last Edit: 2010/12/16 22:16 By fredz.
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Re: minimizing, hiding, always on top.. 4 Years ago  
In the latest beta, if you right click the tray icon, on Windows you have the options to check/uncheck window and Show or Hide all the windows.
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#13963
Re:minimizing, hiding, always on top.. 4 Years ago  
well, ok

how about "always on top"..

I notice it's transparent, so I thought maybe if I moved a notepad window over it, it wouldn't hide the calendar. But it does. How about a calendar that stays on top and is transparent, so I could see the calendar, and whatever else i'm using in that area.
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Last Edit: 2010/12/17 07:27 By fredz.
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#13966
Re:minimizing, hiding, always on top.. 4 Years ago  
You have several options in Right click -> Options -> General:
-> Set the position to "Always on Top"
-> Check "Click through (hold Shift-key down to deactivate)"
-> Change the normal opacity
-> Change the mouse over opacity
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