Windows 7 FULLY replace taskbar with objectdock/rocketdock

Discussion in 'Desktop Customization' started by xfallenz38x, Aug 1, 2012.

  1. xfallenz38x

    xfallenz38x New Member

    Aug 1, 2012
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    I know you can remove the taskbar and put the dock in it's place, but programs will overlap have different Z coordinates but the X and Y coordinates will overlap. Is there a way to make the programs have the same Z coordinates as the dock, or block other programs from maximizing in the space the dock is, just like the taskbar blocks programs from getting over it?
  2. Dangaioh

    Dangaioh Senior Member

    Jan 3, 2012
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    I am a little confused as to how you phrased your question... but, I presume you just do not want your dock to be covered/overlapped/block by a browser or some sort of app running atop of your desktop?

    For rocket dock:

    1. Right click in the dock and click dock settings.
    2. Click 'position'.
    3. Choose your 'layering' option: 'Always on top' (this might option might help), 'Normal', or 'Always on bottom'.
    4. Click 'ok' button.

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