Quick "I'm an idiot" question

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May 31, 2007
  1. spokenrope
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    I recently reformatted my hard drive, and ever since I've had a tiny problem that I can't fix and don't even know how I would google search for it.

    When I hover my mouse over the applications that I have running in the lower right portion of my task bar, usually information about the program would just pop up. Now, however, the information that pops up is hiding behind my task bar and it's annoying the hell out of me.

    This is especially annoying because I liked to be able to hover over utorrent to see how my downloads were going. But now it's pretty hard.

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    I can "fix" the problem by unchecking the "Keep taskbar on top of other windows" box in taskbar properties, but then the hover info is still below the window.

    So does anybody know how to give my hover information the top priority again?
     
  2. ZeWarriorReturnz

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    format it back to the way it was? :\
     
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  4. spokenrope
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    That did the trick. +10 awesome points to you.

    It would have helped if I had been able to remember the word "tooltips."
     
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    you cleaned out your os and started over because of that?
     
  6. spokenrope
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    No. The problem recently presented itself after a recent reformatting.
     

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