How do we set the taskbar's "rectangle area" ?
When the taskbar is located at the bottom of the screen, I could easily set the height of the taskbar. However I couldn't figure out how to set the width.
Or rather, how did this happen? :
When taskbar auto-hide is set to true:
Expand the image to see the gray line (minimized taskbar) at the bottom.
From Taskbar and Start Menu Properties (right click Start Menu >> Properties), we have the option to specify if the taskbar would be located at the top, bottom, left, or right of the screen. But that appears to be all there is.
Just a few quick questions:
How do we set the taskbar's width (when pinned horizontally), or height (when pinned vertically) without an external program?
Is there a program that is capable of setting an arbitrary width and height for the taskbar?
Is it even possible for a program to do that?