Originally posted by rhbTrue, but I kind of like the windows bar at the bottom of my screen. Actually, I think if you just changed the "title" tags in the html, to something like "sales forecasts", or something generic like "microsoft" that should do the trick.
You could simply hide the windows bar (click the edge of it and drag it to the edge of the screen) then use [alt] + [tab] to alternate between windows.
Originally posted by rbmorrisUnderstood. A while back FHM advertised a porn site that was run in a similar way...
True, but I kind of like the windows bar at the bottom of my screen. Actually, I think if you just changed the "title" tags in the html, to something like "sales forecasts", or something generic like "microsoft" that should do the trick.
Originally posted by Dr StrangeloveInteresting...I'll have to check that out. Thank you.
Dunno if this is any help but:-
You could set it to auto-hide; you'll still have a grey bar across the bottom and all you do is point at it with the mouse and it appears until you move the mouse away again.
Right click on toolbar/properties/under the taskbar tab check the box for auto-hide....
Originally posted by rbmorrisFirefox is your friend.
Ok, I understand that chessatwork.com is supposed to be more suitable for people who are trying to get away with playing chess at work. There is one problem though. When you minimize redhotpawn.com, the little box at the bottom of your screen may say: "RedH..." as mine does now. When you minimize chessatwork.com, it often says: "chess...". It seems to m ...[text shortened]... 't display this way when minimized.
Ok, I really need to get some work done now!
Originally posted by RagnorakBut there are probably many people (including me) who can't install the browser of their choice at work.
Firefox is your friend.
Using this extension, TitleBar Tweaks (https://addons.mozilla.org/extensions/moreinfo.php?id=57&application=firefox), you can change your browser titlebar to say Microsoft Hard at Work if you want.
Originally posted by RagnorakIn Firefox you can have multiple web sites open in one Firefox session,
How do you mean?
Originally posted by aging blitzerThats not unique to Firefox - I am able to open other sites at the same time with IE by just clicking on the "e" in the task bar and it opens my home page again in another window. From there I can browse anywhere. Simple. The site tabs also show up in the bottom task bar - whats so special about FF??
In Firefox you can have multiple web sites open in one Firefox session,
called tabbed browsing. Each tab has a title based on the title of the web page being viewed under that tab.
The extension alters the titlebar of the Firefox window (which normally also contains the title of the webpage in the active tab) but not the titles of the tabs