Re: toshiba satellite virtual buttons
It's a Toshiba utility that is installed by Toshiba. I can't quite remember
the name of the utility. Check the manual that came with the laptop, it
should provide more information there.
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"Eric" <noOne@invalid.net> wrote in message
> In my vista based Toshiba Satellite, if you move the mouse to the top edge
> of the screen a row of "on screen" virtual buttons drops down from the top
> edge. They have functions like sleep, brighness etc.
> Note: I'm fairly sure this is a toshiba thing and not a microsoft thing
> but i cant find anywhere else to ask.
> I am always inadvertantly bumping my mouse on the top edge of the screen
> if a window title bar is close to it, its very annoying to have this thing
> unexpectedly drop down and most of the time it wont disappear by itself,
> you have to click the left hand escape virtual button and then click on a
> regular window somewhere for it to slide back up into the top edge.
> What is that thing called? I cant google it successfully cuz i have no
> idea what it is referred to as.
> Is there a way to disable that? There must be a utility somewhere that
> has a check box that says "dont use this feature"