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Annoying cnet bar

How do i get rid of that annoying cnet black bar at the bottom of the screen? I do not recall downloading it.

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Hit the arrow to the right...

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It's not a download; it's a part of Cnet, the website. (It spans across, Downloads, News, Forums, etc.) Just hit the little white arrow on the right edge of it to minimize it. That was a quick fix offered by the engineers after many of us complained the day it was first launched.

Hope this helps,
John

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I know that

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but is there a way to eliminate it all together, not just to minimize it? I always wanted to be an egineer, now I are one.

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(NT) Get page not found message

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Carl

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Yep, that's the comma at the end.

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The forum software thinks it's part of the link. You know better, so you remove it from the address bar when you get the page-not-found message.

Kees

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