Although unconventional, I keep my Windows taskbar at the top of my screen as it reduces significant eye movement/strain (menus for programs are typically at the top of the screen so the worst place, from a perspective of unnecessary eye strain, for the taskbar is at the bottom. Moving the taskbar to the top has reduced my eye strain and headaches.)
The CrazyTalk application does not handle this gracefully, hiding the top part of the application under the task bar and covering the help option (I didn't think there was one) and windowing controls. It was only when I was trying to determine which version I was using that I discovered this.
Many thanks for a cool program!
8 Years Ago by