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Vertical launchbar problems
06-24-2006, 09:15 AM
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Vertical launchbar problems
Hello all.
TrueLaunchBar is really cool, and I don't know, how could I live without it Smile
But, it seems to be created for using as horizontal bar (under the desktop), when I'm trying to use it as vertical one; and there are some small problems.

Here is my TLB screenshot: <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="http://imho.com.ua/tlb-vertical.gif">http://imho.com.ua/tlb-vertical.gif</a><!-- m --> (14kb).
Problems are at bottom side: when there are more then 3 HDD partittions, the 4th is only partially visible, 5th is completely invisible.
The same problem with Network Monitor: when there are more then 1 connections, they aren't visible.
Can it be fixed somehow?
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06-24-2006, 09:32 AM
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Both Drive Space and Net Monitor have the option "Number of rows" you can set this option into 2 to get the second row.

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06-24-2006, 09:37 AM
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Yuri Kobets Wrote:Both Drive Space and Net Monitor have the option "Number of rows" you can set this option into 2 to get the second row.

Yes, but when I set "num of rows"=2, my nromal 3 disks became 2 rows (when 1 was enough). That's not sole problem, my point was TrueLaunchBar seems to be less appropriate for vertical placing.

//Юрий, деликатный вопрос: она сейчас платная для русских? У меня стоит старая версия, которая при смене языка на русский перестала требовать регистрацию; пытался поставить новую, так на нее русский язык никакого впечатления не произвел. Это by design?
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07-07-2006, 03:21 AM
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Zverok Wrote:...my point was TrueLaunchBar seems to be less appropriate for vertical placing.

you are, somehow, right. though the situation is getting better. maybe better spacer plugin (strictly vertical or horizontal) and 4-way (top, bottom, left, right) margins / padding for each object would help ...

i'm also excusively using vertical taskbar - and i'm quite happy with my setup, you can see screenshots and read about it here. i'm not using that dark visual style anymore, so it's doesn't look that good Wink
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