Timbuktu menu bar icon

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Does anyone here use Timbuktu? Well anyway if anyone uses it is there anyway to take the little screens ooff the menu bar?

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Option-Click And Drag

No idea how to remove it, but if you option-click & drag it you can move it to a less bothersome place. I usually keep mine just to the left of the Apple icon. The white background obscures a few pixels of the blue apple (in 10.3.9) but it rarely interferes with anything. The far-right side of the menu bar would probably work as well.

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The option click doesn't seem

The option click doesn't seem to work.

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CMD+click

Actually, its command (the apple button) +click to drag an item out of or around the menu bar.

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it works for everything BUT t

it works for everything BUT the timbuktu icon.

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yepp. experienced it also.

it works for all standard apple icons, but not the icon for the bluephone manager i'm using... never used timbuktu anyway, so i can't say anything about that, but it seems to work for apple icons only (!?).

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