well look up something on the arabic version of windows, because everything is on the oppisite side, such as the icons the start menu, the close minimize, and maximize buttons. this is because in arabic u read from right to left not from left to right. hope this helps u!:happy:
Thats what I currently have done. but occasionally I save files to the desktop, or download a pic to there etc, and i want everything to arrange on the right when I select arrange by name or something similar.
Thanks for the suggestion though
Adrenalize, can you edit your post and remove the image please, we do not support warez here.
 n/m, PKs done it
On my old Matrox card (ah, I miss it so.) the drivers used to add an option to set your icons whateer way you wanted.
You could have them spiraling round the dektop clockwise if you wanted, which in effect lined them up across the top.
Perhaps I should look into that, anyone got a matrox card
Mine was a Matrox Millennium G400, which OWNED half life in its day (this was years ago )
seriously try what i told u the arabic windows xp. but i dont know if u know anyone with it. cuz even here in saudi i dont know any people with the arabic version! hehe. i saw it on a computer in the mall though at the phone shops that they use to put ringtones on people phones, but i know i wont be able to use that pc. by the way im curious what did Adrenalize have in the pic that refered to warez if someone could plz pm me i wanna know.
I don't know anyone with an arabic copy of windows, and I'm not going to go and buy another copy of windows.
Plus EVERYTHING is right-to-left, not just the icons.
It was a good though/suggestion, it just wouldn't work :huh:
And no, we won't pm you, it was warez. simple as that, you know we don't condone anything of that sort here.
They're used to be a grat bug (feature?) in Windows 95, where-by you could move the start button.
Click on the "Start" button, then hold down the ALT key while pressing the minus (-) sign.
A menu will appear, like when you right-click a running application on the task bar, with the options to move and close etc.
So you can now move or close the "Start" button (closing it requires a restart to get it back)
Ok, so it didn't stay after a reboot, but it was funny as heck doing it on computers at school/public machines
Heh, I remember everyone else was sat on 8mb cards or at most a Voodoo2, and I had this amazing GL card, yet the slowets hdd known to man.
So i installed HL and was pottering round in lovely smoooooth graphics except when it came to loading another part of the level where-by everything would freeze for about 30 seconds and the disk would groan and crunch its guts out