Download page Taskbar.
Menu path: Setup > User Interface > Desktop > Taskbar
In this area, you can enable and configure the taskbar.
You can change the following settings:
- Use Taskbar:
☑ The taskbar is displayed and the following taskbar settings options are available.
- Taskbar Position: Specifies the position in which the taskbar is displayed.
- Vertical Taskbar Mode: Specifies how items are shown in the taskbar. This parameter is available if Taskbar Position is set to Left or Right.
- Vertical: The session texts are rotated by 90°.
- Deskbar: The session texts are not shown.
- Taskbar Height/Width: Specifies the height of the taskbar in pixels (default 40).If Maximum number of rows/columns in window button list is set to Automatic, the window buttons as well as the icons in the Quick Start Panel will be shown in a number of rows depending on the height of the taskbar. The number of rows increases in increments of 55 pixels:
- 1 - 55 pixels: One row
- 56 - 110 pixels: Two rows
- 111 - 165 pixels: Three rows
- 166 - 220 pixels: Four rows
- 221 - 275 pixels: Five rows
- 276 or more pixels: Six rows
The Maximum number of rows/columns in window button list parameter is described under Taskbar Items.
- Number of rows/columns in taskbar: Specifies the number of rows for the Quick Start Panel. The following taskbar items can be broken down into a number of rows and columns: Icons in the Quick Start Panel, window buttons. Possible values:
- Automatic: The number of rows for the Quick Start Panel depends on the height and width of the taskbar.
- Numeric value: The chosen value specifies the number of rows for the Quick Start Panel.
- Multi Monitor Taskbar Size: Specifies whether the taskbar is expanded across a number of monitors or restricted to one monitor. Possible values:
- Restrict taskbar to one monitor
- Extend taskbar to all monitors
- Monitor: Specifies the screen on which the taskbar is shown. This parameter is available if Taskbar size in Multi Monitor is set to Restrict taskbar to one monitor (default: 1st monitor).
- Taskbar on top of all windows:
☑ The taskbar is accessible on all screens, even in sessions with a full-screen window.
- Taskbar Auto Hide:
☑ The taskbar is hidden and will only be shown if the mouse pointer is moved to the position of the taskbar at the edge of the screen.
- Auto Hide Behavior: Specifies when the taskbar is automatically hidden.
- Intelligent: The taskbar is shown as standard. The taskbar will be hidden if the space is needed by a window, e. g. a window in full-screen mode.
- Continuous: The taskbar is hidden as standard. The taskbar will be shown if the mouse pointer is moved to the edge of the screen.
- Taskbar Show Delay: Time interval in milliseconds before the taskbar is shown. The mouse pointer must be at the edge of the screen constantly during this time interval. This setting is only effective if Taskbar Auto Hide is enabled (default: 600).
With the show delay, you can prevent the taskbar for a full-screen session being covered by the thin client's taskbar. A show delay is necessary if the taskbar for the full-screen session is set to be shown automatically and both taskbars are positioned at the same screen edge. If no show delay is set and the user brings up the taskbar for the full-screen session, this will immediately be covered by the thin client's taskbar. During the show delay time interval, the user has time to move the mouse pointer away from the edge of the screen.
- Taskbar Hide Delay: Time interval in milliseconds before the taskbar is hidden. This setting is only effective if Automatically hide taskbar is enabled (default: 400).
Further settings options can be found under Screensaver and Screenlock.