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Well, I haven't updated this bug since I reported it, but I can emulate the
desired behaviour with the option "Window Can Cover" since a while.
What happens is, if there are maximized windows or windows that are close to
the panel, the window will be on top of the panel, making it hidden, if you
pass the mouse cursor on the corner where the panel is, it will show it's
"shadow", and if you put the pointer on the edge where the panel is, it'll
appear. It's pretty handy, helping with the screen real state. And if there are
no maximized windows (or windows touching the panel's borders) the panel will
be shown fully. I think the only thing it doesn't do is have the "intelligent"
label and a auto hide embedded with this behaviour, which I don't mind at all. 
Shall we close this?

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