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    Power dvd mouse moves to the top in fullscreen

    Even though I have cursor, desktop and taskbar in autohide mode and it doesnt show when inside my skin, it still makes the top bar with power dvd controls showing when playing dvds with powerdvd. Its impossible to hide that bar so it shows all the time during playback of movie. Im told that Roadrunner is coded to auto move cursor to that position but hey.. have You other people who are using Powerdvd always this control bar active??

    /bimmerpc

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    that bar is active is the mouse cursor is on the top of the screen. maybe turn off auto move cursor? I believe you can also turn off the full screen controls in the config dialog boxes for powerdvd.

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    Yeah.. there it was.. lovely! Thanks!
    Everything has a solution!

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