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    I mean the feature that makes all your Icons one click just like a web page. They are underlined like web links and all. It just allows you to click on them once and run the program or icon target rather then double clicking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Halo13
    I mean the feature that makes all your Icons one click just like a web page. They are underlined like web links and all. It just allows you to click on them once and run the program or icon target rather then double clicking.
    Not sure on that one but you can click and drag icons to be quick launches in your start bar.

    Right click the start button and click properties. go to the Taskbar tab and check the "show quick launch" box. then just drag all the programs you want to the start bar.

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    You know you can double click with a touchscreen right? More like a double tap I should say.. I would do that rather then the single click to launch stuff because sometimes you fat finger your touch screen and select the wrong icon.
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    go to control panel > folder options then click "single click to open an item"

    i think that's what you're talking about. But, like tbird mentioned, you can double 'tap' with a touchscreen.
    Take 2 - '03 Audi A4
    macmini with an 8" widescreen (in progress)

    My 2004 Ford Ranger:
    14" LCD w/ custom made aluminum bezel
    Completly custom computer case

    status: Totaled

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    For a monitor that is not blended into that dash, that looks pretty good.

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    Tbird2340 - Your install is very nice with the EACT.. I just read through the how-to on it.. sounds fun.. definately a good 2 weekends of hunting parts down / testing / installing. I think i'm going to start hunting parts down..

    brandonn - that does look really good for a non-blended monitor

    For the rest of you with rangers.. do any of you have a user friendly accessable slot load drive? I looked through the forums for a hour or so the other night and didnt find any with slot load drives in the dash, infact it doesnt seem like a popular option for anybodys installs. I'm thinking of removing, or shortening somehow the upper vents, moving the screen upward a bit, putting a slotload below the screen, and the new heat/ac controls below that. Not very much usable realestate on a ranger/exploder/etc

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    Yea, the Lilliput does fit rather nicely in the stock radio bezel.. But like I said, the Xenarc (which is WAY better then the Lilli) doesn't fit like that. I started with a Lilli and it looked just like that, upgraded to a Xenarc and didn't like the way it looked so I molded it into a bezel. I don't have pics yet but I can take some if they are wanted. There are some imperfections in it but enough that I can live with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbird2340
    Yea, the Lilliput does fit rather nicely in the stock radio bezel.. But like I said, the Xenarc (which is WAY better then the Lilli) doesn't fit like that. I started with a Lilli and it looked just like that, upgraded to a Xenarc and didn't like the way it looked so I molded it into a bezel. I don't have pics yet but I can take some if they are wanted. There are some imperfections in it but enough that I can live with.

    I'd be interested in seeing some pics, if possible. Molding it into the bezel must have been a bit of a challenge, considering theres not much room at all in the dash.
    Take 2 - '03 Audi A4
    macmini with an 8" widescreen (in progress)

    My 2004 Ford Ranger:
    14" LCD w/ custom made aluminum bezel
    Completly custom computer case

    status: Totaled

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