Personally, I'm not too keen on Auto-hiding things. I generally prefer them to either be displayed permanently, or to be available via an icon or menu tree.
I find that Auto-hidden objects tend to pop up at awkward moments, when my mouse accidentally strays into the wrong area of the screen.
Last edited by zen-r; 08-21-2009 at 01:14 PM.
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However, to prevent the bar from appearing at random moments, I set the popup timer to a pretty high value (500ms), and the hide delay to a somewhat small value (500ms).
Linux really is so much easier! ;)
One click method? Sounds like the Windows taskbar... It's blanket statements from you saying it's easier when you're wrong that have turned this in to an Internet Argument™ , and for that reason, I'm out.
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I love my Ubuntu desktop. CPU is always cold. Everything just slides right into place like with my FF wallpaper. I love the compiz effects too, they are awesome.