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Problem with a custom theme

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#1 dnap


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Posted 13 August 2017 - 01:21 PM

I downloaded a custom theme for Windows 7 that I used in XP all the time, but there is an annoying problem with it and I'm hoping it could be corrected. There seems to be a gap underneath the windows in the taskbar, so if I move my mouse down to the bottom of the screen to bring up a firefox window for example, it won't be clickable because of the gap, and I have to move my mouse up so the window becomes clickable. Is there some way to fix this? When I use a normal Windows theme, this problem isn't there.

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