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I love the new SensorPanel option. It is a GREAT idea. I realize it is still in development, but I have noticed something that should be fixed.

Whenever the sensor panel is active, and displayed on the desktop. In Windows 7, if you use the "Show Desktop" option on Windows at the bottom right, the sensorpanel goes away. It does come back if you bring up a program or window. I believe the sensorpanel should always stay visible on the desktop as the gadgets do.

For those interested in my SensorPanel setup:

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