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Old August 9th 04, 01:39 AM
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Default Transparency change?

I went somewhere and changed something so my taskbar would be transparent.
Now I want to change it back. But I can't find the place I made the
original change. Feelin' silly having to ask, so save the mean comments
(unless they're both illuminating and funny) ... it's been a long day.

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FX5900 non-ultra/61.77
winxp pro sp2, beta (w/out a problem for over a month)


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Old August 9th 04, 07:08 AM
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"ss" wrote in message
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I went somewhere and changed something so my taskbar would be transparent.
Now I want to change it back. But I can't find the place I made the
original change. Feelin' silly having to ask, so save the mean comments
(unless they're both illuminating and funny) ... it's been a long day.

relevant system specs a

FX5900 non-ultra/61.77
winxp pro sp2, beta (w/out a problem for over a month)


nview desktop manager - effects


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Old August 10th 04, 12:11 AM
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"dave" wrote in message ...

"ss" wrote in message
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I went somewhere and changed something so my taskbar would be
transparent.
Now I want to change it back. But I can't find the place I made the
original change. Feelin' silly having to ask, so save the mean comments
(unless they're both illuminating and funny) ... it's been a long day.

relevant system specs a

FX5900 non-ultra/61.77
winxp pro sp2, beta (w/out a problem for over a month)


nview desktop manager - effects




Thanks for the hint dave, but I should clarify and say it's not the taskbar
that's transparent, but the "All Program" menu.
Any idea about that? I just went through remoing all Nvidia drivers and
reinstalling them. No joy.


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Old August 10th 04, 01:50 PM
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Got it. Style XP was the culprit. Actually too much beer too early wasn't
helpin my memory too much either!

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"ss" wrote in message
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I went somewhere and changed something so my taskbar would be
transparent.
Now I want to change it back. But I can't find the place I made the
original change. Feelin' silly having to ask, so save the mean comments
(unless they're both illuminating and funny) ... it's been a long day.

relevant system specs a

FX5900 non-ultra/61.77
winxp pro sp2, beta (w/out a problem for over a month)


nview desktop manager - effects




Thanks for the hint dave, but I should clarify and say it's not the
taskbar that's transparent, but the "All Program" menu.
Any idea about that? I just went through remoing all Nvidia drivers and
reinstalling them. No joy.



 




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