Keep Taskbar visible when maximized.
What I mean is...
The user clicks the maximize button in the
upper right corner (between minimize and close)
Instead of the browser "completely" filling
the screen... it fills the screen EXCEPT for
the area where the Taskbar is (so the user
still has access to the Start Menu, and Quick
Launch, other opened windows, and the System
K-Meleon would be the "only" web browser, that
I know of, that would have this feature if it
I know this can be done because I've written
source code to do it in Basic-like languages
such as RapidQ and Visual Basic. It requires
using two API functions: SHAppBarMessage and
Since I'm not knowledgeable with C/C++...
I'm wondering if someone who is... could write
up the code and make it a new "unique" feature.
Footnote: the source code I have is not fool-proof.
It can not detect the location of the users Taskbar
"IF" the user has their Taskbar set to auto-hide
when not in use.
But I'm wondering how many people "actually" set
their Taskbar to do that?