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    Mka, im going to explain this as well as i can-

    I really like the feature of being able to hide my icons on my desktop, but i really dont like having to right click and scroll through the 2 things to get to it. is there anyway to bind a key to hide/show icons. i tried using powerstrip, (not a registered version, im too poor to pay, haha) but nay, it did not work. so i got another version of powerstrip and yet the same thing happened again.

    And to go even further-
    i would like to get to the point where my desktop is a true active desktop. whereas, instead of using hotkeys to hide my icons and show them, i would much rather have them mostly alpha'ed out and when i ran my cursor over them they faded back in. thats my main goal.

    just tell me how possible all this is....if at all.
    Thx guys

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    Porn is bad, mmmkay.
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    mmmmkay i'm gonna need the marajorana back kids mmmkay errr kids plz pass back the marajorana mmmkay........:laugh:
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    did i leave some sort of inuendo(sp?) in there suggesting pornography or the habitual smoking of marijuana???

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    U said MMMKAY. you never seen south park. plus ure namer is smokeymcpot from dude wheres my car so we just had to.:laugh:
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    Iconoid might help you. I have never used this program but reading its help files makes me feel that this is what you want.

    in anycase why would you want to do that :?:
    people enjoy their screenshots alot *sigh*
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    Rugbydude- haha ok, you caught me on the dude wheres my car. i just love that movie! as for the mka, wasnt going for south park on that one but its all good.

    Asklepios- ill check those out, thanks.

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    ok, now my next question is:

    in msconfig under the startup tab, there isnt a certain program i want listed there. in the programs options, it also does not have the option to startup upon startup. so how do i get it to startup when the computer starts?

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    Add the executable file for the app in your startup folder.

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    *smokeymcpot looks at the startup tab and sees no programs he wants*
    "Dude where are my programs"
    *he gets his reply on Tweaktown*
    "Shibby!!!!!!!"
    :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: I love that movie too
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