Hello, I have a question about Hiding/Showing the Windows Taskbar with Spaces Enabled. First of all, Yes...I know that I can manually select whether to Show/Hide the Windows Taskbar in the program's application menu. So here's my situation: With Spaces on, pressing Opt+2 takes me right to Parallels and pressing Opt+1 takes me to Finder (hiding all of the documents/program running in parallels). Whenever I re-open Parallels 4.0 (and restart XP) in coherence mode, not only does pressing Opt+1 take me to the OS X Finder, but it will automatically hide the Windows Taskbar. I find this feature awesome because I like to keep OS X and Windows separate while switching to both systems constantly. Sadly, it doesn't stay like this for long; after a few switches, the XP Taskbar will be there in all of the spaces. My main question is: Is there a way where I can permanently get the Taskbar to hide after leaving Space 2 (Opt+2) like it did before? I would like to know how or even if I could do it general. Thank You, Josh H P.S. - This question might be more useful in the Apple Discussion Forum, but I don't want to post it there until I get an answer here.