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Not to hide taskbar in full-screen mode.

Software window shouldn't cover Widows task-bar - it do is really annoying....

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  • Jun 26 2018
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    26 Jun 19:23

    It actually goes further. The software does not behave like a regular application, not only because fullscreen covers the task bar, but also because:
    - the window has no title (so taskbar item is just the icon, without text)
    - clicking the taskbar item should toggle the window between its current state and the visible state (either maximized or not)
    - the window can't be moved with WinKey+Left/Right

    It seems you are using a weird, non-standard windowing manager (is this Adobe Flex?). I hope you chose that for another reason than this original (but totally useless feature-wise) greyish design.