|TouchRight Utilities: for Windows; Right Click access for Pens and Touchscreens; Version 1.40 Release 3; User's Guide|
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Hide until Taskbar Active
When selected, the TouchRight Utilities window hides until the Windows Taskbar becomes active. This is a mode to recover screen real-estate, but have the TouchRight Utilities window immediately available when required. When hidden, simply touch a clear area of the Taskbar (i.e. next to an task button (icon button)).
IMPORTANT NOTE: If you select this option, and you still see the TouchRight Utilities window or you see it flash, then the Taskbar is currently the active window - open another application window, or click on the desktop before selecting this menu option again.
Note: On some versions of Windows, the Start Menu may also activate the taskbar, causing the TouchRight Utilities window to be shown.
Note: If you have the Taskbar Icon configured, you can also make the TouchRight Utilities window visible by de-selecting the Hide until Taskbar Active option.