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    mokins Guest

    Default ForceField Toolbar

    Can anyone assist...
    I have a small screen and dont want the ZAFF toolbar from showing every time I either open a new window or a new tab.
    Can anyone assist with hiding this toolbar permimantly.


    Many Thanks

    Message Edited by mokins on 06-01-2008 10:41 AM

  2. #2
    pmarks Guest

    Default Re: ForceField Toolbar

    More than two months and no reply--not to mention a fix--to this question? I noticed this bug within 10 minutes of using ForceField. It's minor, but the fact that it is still unaddressed is not a good sign for the support of this product.
    The toolbar may be recommended, but should not be necessary for the product to work.

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    Default Re: ForceField Toolbar

    Hi!
    you can click on the ZAFF symbol on the toolbar and select something like 'minimise toolbar'... sorry don't have FF open right now....

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    pmarks Guest

    Default Re: ForceField Toolbar

    Thanks, but I'm not sure you understood the problem.
    You can un-check the toolbar, but every time you open a new window or tab it reappears. What we want is a way to run ZAFF from the system tray icon only, and keep the toolbar permanently hidden.

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    Default Re: ForceField Toolbar

    Hi!
    its not about un-checking the toolbar but make it smaller... that is the option I was referring to.

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    pmarks Guest

    Default Re: ForceField Toolbar

    Thanks, but making it smaller is not what we are asking for here. We want it to go away completely, leaving only the system tray icon.
    I don't use any other toolbars, so when
    ZAFF is running it is visually
    intrusive. The toolbar takes ~1cm of precious browser real estate at the top of the page.
    You can access all functions via the System Tray, so the toolbar itself is superfluous.

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