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Desktop control strip problem

Posted on 2001-06-15
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Hi all,

I have a problem with a control strip task bar on my Mac.  What happened was for a specific reason I had to connect my mac to a TV and it readjusted the desktop and somehow changed the resolution or something, so the strip jumped up and now it is in the middle of the screen when it's supposed to be at the bottom.  I tried putting it back to its previous position but it just won't.  I tried everything possible, the settings, changed the resolution back and forth, connected to TV again to see if it will change, played around a bit with settings, but no luck.  How to move the control strip back to its previous position?  Please help.  I appreciate it very much.  Thank you all.

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Hold down the option key and drag the tab at the end. Drag it back to the bottom.
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GREAT!  thanx so much..it was so simple:)
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