TLB can be locked, and so you need to right-click and unlock it if that's the case. My favorite thing to do with TLB is to create menus that emulate the Start Menu on the taskbar. I've created several different ones filled with shortcuts... one for apps, one for games, and one for the Control Panel. The best way I found to do this was to create a folder somewhere (I put mine inside the TLB program folder) and put all of the shortcuts there. Then when I went to create my menu in TLB, I pointed the new menu to that folder. If you ever need to edit the menu, you actually browse to the folder itself to make the changes. Hopefully that helps you out... I know it's kind of hard to explain without screenshots etc.fantasi said:Hi,
my question is how do you move the icons to display what you want. I try drag and drop it doesnt work. Is it locked or somethin? please advice.
That is an interesting thought, however he said he only has a week left to demo it. Hmm...a1ehouse said:Or maybe it has something to do with this?
*IF* it was a demo version it works in full. He was "trying but in 1wk if no working.....unistall time.." not trialing.Johnny said:And what is that supposed to mean ? little bit snippy are'nt we. If you are'nt going to help properly don't help at all. Attitudes like that are not needed
Such posts do not help to solve the problem. Calm down please.a1ehouse said:Ahem.
*IF*it was a demo version it works in full. He was "trying but in 1wk if no working.....unistall time.." not trialing.
The only time I hav come accross this (and I am a regular at the tlb board) is when people are using *PIRATED SOFTWARE*. NTFS doesn't condone it's use either. RTFM.