To change the way CastleBar behaves,
first open the
The Autofit into Titlebar Area
option has a significant amount of control over the appearance of CastleBar.
Autofit Enabled :
- When CastleBar starts it will be 'snapped' into the top
right corner of your screen.
- CastleBar leaves just enough room to its right for you
to see the Window controls (Minimize, Maximize, Restore, Close) of a
- There is no titlebar. CastleBar fits snuggly
into the height of a Maximized application's titlebar.
- In this mode, CastleBar has a Sidebar used for dragging
- You can still resposition CastleBar in this mode
(left-click and drag on the Sidebar), but next time CastleBar starts (or
configuration occurs) it will be 'snapped' back into the titlebar area.
Autofit Disabled :
- When CastleBar starts it floats at its last known
- In this mode, CastleBar has a titlebar instead of a
Sidebar. Use the titlebar for dragging and configuring.
The Show Tooltips option
controls whether tooltips are displayed when the mouse pointer is positioned
over a button. When enabled, tooltips appear when the mouse is held over a
The Always on Top option
controls whether CastleBar remains as the topmost window (on top of your other
applications) or whether it behaves like a normal window that can be covered.
When this option is disabled, an icon is placed in the
system tray so that you can find CastleBar easily and bring it back to the
top. Simply left-click on the icon in the system tray and CastleBar will
appear in its last position.
The Start When Windows
Starts option controls whether CastleBar starts automatically when Windows
starts up. When enabled, CastleBar becomes part of the normal Windows