Or more like, why can't I click on anything located in the lower right corner of my desktop?
The area in question is in the lower right corner of the desktop, it doesn't seem to include the tray. It is about 1 inch high and 1.5 inch long. I discovered it gaming when I couldn't push the buttons in that area while windowed instead of full screen. Then today I was working on some graphics and the darn ghost lives there as well. I had to drag the window up to click them. In Firefox today I had to slide the screen up to get it out of that darn ghost's grip and say "OK" to a page. I wish I had some type of program to define the boundaries and show me just what programs are using that space (and perhaps which layer they are on) A la "ghost busters" Is it possible that a bad video card might do this? although there is no problem on any full-screen applications (is in previous mentioned games in full-screen mode)
I can't figure it out. On day I kept ending all except the most trusted applications to see if a had one that was bad. I haven't done a safe start or a stripped user - but that doesn't get rid of the darn thing.