Radiofan 18:59 29 Nov 04

Although my taskbar is set to Always on Top this does not apply to a game called Cubis. It fills the entire screen and its window cannot minimized. The Cubis support facility say it is Microsoft's problem. It's not desperately important - just puzzling and mildly irritating because I keep haveing to terminate games early.

  Diodorus Siculus 19:03 29 Nov 04

An option may be to press alt-tab to change between running programs, whatever happens to be running.

  Radiofan 22:51 29 Nov 04

Thanks crx - pressing the Windows key did the trick! Why didn't I think of that?
Probably because I am rather dim!

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