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1 Software / DesktopCoral / Re: Widgets? on: April 07, 2009, 01:18:20 PM
Alright, I took some screenshots and tried your undocking. It does push my widget out of the way with undock as well.

• Settings: (Just to show you what I have set up, I was using startup but disabled it for now.)
• Before: http://img522.imageshack....s/my.php?image=before.png (I highlighted my widget in yellow to make it more obvious to what you are seeing.)
• After:
2 Software / DesktopCoral / Re: Widgets? on: April 05, 2009, 05:29:52 PM
Yep, the widget is pushed back onto my main monitor when I close DesktopCoral, manually or during shutdown. Not really sure what other info I could provide about it.

Dual monitor 22" each, 1680 x 1050 native.
DesktopCoral is placed on my 2nd monitor and put on the top edge of my screen, then I place my widget on top of it. Closing DC pushes my widget back onto my main monitor. Not sure why though.
3 Software / DesktopCoral / Re: Widgets? on: April 05, 2009, 11:28:16 AM
Alright, so I messed around with Startup Delay a little bit and it works fine but it still doesn't really fix my issue because when I shut down DesktopCoral actually shuts down before my widgets and what this does is kick my widget out of the way before it closes. So even though Startup Delay works fine when starting up, before I shut down it removes my widget and so it's just an endless loop of placing and replacing my widget in it's place.

• The second link you posted me is coming up in error.
4 Software / DesktopCoral / Re: Widgets? on: April 03, 2009, 09:02:52 PM
Yes, I did try that but it doesn't work for widgets.

Thanks though for the links, I was looking for a program to do exactly that. I'm sure it will fix my problem for now.
5 Software / DesktopCoral / Widgets? on: April 03, 2009, 07:53:21 PM
I've been trying everything I could but I can't seem to get my widget, "Informer", to stay on top of the area I block out using DesktopCoral. It works if I move it to that position while Coral is already running but when I restart my computer or log out/in again it is just pushed out of the way.

There anything I can do to make it stay put, or perhaps future releases supporting it? Link to informer widget.
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