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Hello,

I'm currently using my MacBook Pro 13" i5 with Lion 10.7.2. and Safari 5.1.2. I'm new to Lion, so I would like to ask you for an advice. I would like to disable bookmarks/reading list/top sites from "almost" full-screen mode. It always shows up when I put my cursor on menu bar.

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Is it even possible? Again, it's showing up only when I put cursor on menu bar, otherwise it's not visible. Thank You very much.
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Thanks, but not working in fullscreen mode. Still showing and expanding when I put cursor on menu bar.
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Can't when you purposely go up and open the menu bar at the top of the screen.
Unless someone has a hack for Safari to remove it - doubtful.

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