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    can any1 plz tell me how to completely hide azureus on my taskbar .

  2. BitTorrent   -   #2
    Would setting your taskbar to auto-minimise sort the problem? Or is it something else you want?

    Somtimes it helps if you tell people why you want to do a thing.


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    ok i will explain it to you . i dont want to see azureus icon on my taskbar while downloading.

  4. BitTorrent   -   #4
    It should auto-hide itself after a few hours but what you can do is

    Start > Right Click All Programs > Properties > Taskbar > Customize

    Locate Azureus and select Always Hide

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    i know that Didn't help me much.

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    go to azureus tools->options->interface...unselect enable system tray

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    duh i tried it when i uncheck the enable system tray option and i clicked close[X]
    and azureus got shutdown what i want is azureus shd be running in background while torrentin ^-^ i dont want azureus to show on my screen.
    Last edited by icemix; 05-01-2006 at 07:08 AM.

  8. BitTorrent   -   #8
    You could try using a window hiding program. This is what I use because I'm on a shared computer, don't always want people to know what I'm doing. You can find a ton on the Internet, the problem is that most eventually require you to register. Currently I'm using nHide: http://www.crapsoft.org/nhide.htm

    It's a nice little program, not the best but it works well enough. I think this is what you mean. Combined with the system tray icon disabled you shouldn't be able to notice Azureus is running, except from the processes tab in windows task manager.

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