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Title: nitpicking...
Post by: compuace on April 04, 2005, 05:20:43 AM

Would it be possible to change the html title tag to Overunity, and have it stay that for the entire session? Right now the main page is "" and other pages change the title such as this page is "Start new topic."

The reason I ask, is I keep LOTS of windows open, and I find what I want by looking through the tags in the bottom task bar (which are labeled with the html <title> tag), and when I have a lot open I only get 3 or 4 letters. With the title changing, or (all I see is "www...") It takes me a while to find what I'm looking for. With yahoo, all I'd look for was "Yah" and I'd have what I want.

Title: Re: nitpicking...
Post by: Kysmett on April 04, 2005, 10:20:59 PM
Hi Paul,

I have had the same problem.  I keep a metric butt tonne of active windows, and in the past that really fried me.  Here is the fix.  If you are opperating a windows OS, drag the taskbar over to the right or to the left side so it is verticle.  It feels kind of wierd at first, but once it is there and you get used to it, you can adjust the width(like you used to adjust the height) to include as much or as little of the name as you want.  Also they stack MUCH better, so that they don't compress into that annoying '8 Internet Exp' button that you have to go searching through.  I can keep 20-25 windows open without the compression and headache I used to get.

Hope that helps

Title: Re: nitpicking...
Post by: compuace on April 05, 2005, 05:06:44 AM
Thanks, I really don't like the vertical taskbar. Set in my ways I guess.