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Re: Re: Hide Mathematica kernel window

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  • Subject: [mg51898] Re: [mg51839] Re: Hide Mathematica kernel window
  • From: DrBob <drbob at>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2004 01:50:57 -0500 (EST)
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I feel the same way about the entire taskbar, so I set it to hide itself when I'm not using it.

That hides the kernel button.


On Wed, 3 Nov 2004 01:25:06 -0500 (EST), Mukhtar <mbekkali at> wrote:

> mbekkali at (Mukhtar) wrote in message news:<cm7cjk$led$1 at>...
>> mbekkali at (Mukhtar) wrote in message news:<cm21p3$gc7$1 at>...
>> > Open windows cramp my desktop.  Is there a way to hide mathematica
>> > kernel window or minimize it to system tray?  Thanks.
>> Anyone?
> Of course I know how to minimize windows and kernel is minimized
> anyway.  Furthermore, there is not way to maximize it.  What I meant
> however is not to minimize, but "minimize to system tray", which is
> located to the right bottom corner of desktop (by clock) or hide
> totally so that one can see it as a process if one opens the task
> manager.  Kernel window bears no function (except may be to force shut
> down evaluation when mathematica stops responding to ALT+.) and I do
> not see why it would be kept on desktop.  May be it is beautiful.

DrBob at

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