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    Hello there,

    Is there a *true* full screen option in Chessmaster9000?

    I find the view, with the Task Bar covering the status line at the bottom (winXP), slightly anoying.

    I can Auto-hide the Task Bar but I then have to undo this setting when I return to normal computer usage.

    Any help greatly welcomed

    Paul.
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    Hello there,

    Is there a *true* full screen option in Chessmaster9000?

    I find the view, with the Task Bar covering the status line at the bottom (winXP), slightly anoying.

    I can Auto-hide the Task Bar but I then have to undo this setting when I return to normal computer usage.

    Any help greatly welcomed

    Paul.
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    I find it annoying too and haven't found a way to play chessmaster 9000 in full screen(there isn't any). I think you just have to live with it as it is.

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    What I do is just take the Task-bar down with the arrows when placing the pointer just on the top edge of it.

    HT
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Fischer-The-2nd:
    I find it annoying too and haven't found a way to play chessmaster 9000 in full screen(there isn't any). I think you just have to live with it as it is.<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Thanks for the reply

    The game has been out for years. Wonder why they never corrected the problem in one of their patches?

    Paul.
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