>> (I'll try to attach a picture in a future edit, if I can get one).
In case anyone was actually interested, here's a picture with a series of screen-grabs, with each snippet showing only the top section of the display at that moment.
The top-most snippet shows the CentOS 'Outer Guest' desktop in full-screen mode of VMware workstation (under a Windows-7 host). The light blue sliver can be pulled down to get to the 'Outer-Hosts' VMware tools, as seen in the next snippet down.
The next snippet down shows the Win-7 'Inner Guest' in it's own full-screen mode (running under CentOS virtualization, which is in turn running under VMware workstation virtualization). The light blue Outer Hosts VMware toolbar is still visible.
Going down to the next snippet, I turned off the Outer-Hosts tool-bar by switching to its full-screen 'Exclusive Mode'. Now I can finally see the Inner Hosts (CentOS's) full-screen target area. The bottom-most snippet shows the CentOS toolbar now selected/active.
| P.S.- For some reason I can't get it to accept an attached .jpg with the matching image... It shows some sort of browser error was encountered, but then goes away before I can read it.
| I'll update if I can ever figure out what's going wrong.... Some days computers seem like a bad idea
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