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Old 01-18-2013, 04:24 PM   #1
derangedhermit
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Way to hide search bar?

There is an area across the top of my screen containing search-related fields; I'm calling it the "search bar" here.

Is it possible to hide the search bar until needed, and then show it, and then let the user close it?

For example, Firefox has a "Find..." menu item that opens a Find bar, which has an X to let the user close the bar when through finding.

The reason I want this is, of course, to allow as much screen space for things in current use as possible.

Lee
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