raina 2 years ago 0
Pretty much what it says in the title. The Start-hiding option in 7TT seems to work great but I would like a sub-option for it not to do its job on the main task bar. I'm currently using UltraMon solely for this purpose which seems a bit overkill.
Anonymous 3 years ago 0
Please add an option to allow "Reserve empty space on taskbar" to reserve empty space also on the beginning of the taskbar, immediately after Start button.
Thank you
Anonymous 3 years ago • updated 3 years ago 1
I find it very distracting to have the yellow bubble help pop-ups. Most of the time they get in the way when you are trying to read the name of the task. And they also sometimes just don't go away.
If this is something that can eliminated, by this utility, that would be great.
Artur Nieralyte 2 years ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 2 years ago 32
7+ Taskbar Tweaker allows gathering different unrelated apps into a group, this makes it perfect for quick split/tiled window setup (see an attached screenshot). What would be even better, if it were possible to be able to hide and bring to front all windows of a group simultaneously, so there are no annoying overlaps of groups parts:

alternative image source: http://i.imgur.com/zYAkgC2.png

My current 7TT setup is left mouse button always raises a window and right one always minimizes. And clicking on any of grouped taskbar items would produce an effect as if I clicked on every item (such that they all hide or restore).

It would be useful in taskbar items combined mode too. Could be an advanced setting, example usage:

taskbargroup|lclick = 1 // bring all combined items up
taskbargroup|rclick = 2 // minimize them
// and while we're at it :)
thumbnail|rclick = 2 // minimize a single window
RaMMicHaeL 2 years ago
The options are available in v5.0.
Under review
Anonymous 2 years ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 2 years ago 1

I use option "Don't combine grouped items". Left click on uncombined item acts the same as option "Open last windows if inactive, otherwie open thumbnail preview". But I rather want that the clicked window is opened (or minimized if active) - the same functionality as if you set the native windows taskbar option "Never combine" (but with hidden labels).

Not a bug
Anonymous 3 years ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 3 years ago 2
when i updated to version 4.5.5, i found that i could no longer right click a program in the taskbar and get the "Restore/Move/Size/Minimize/Maximize/Close" right click menu.  I did a system restore to revert back to V 4.5.1, and it fixed the problem.  If i hold Shift + Right Click, i get the newer "Pinned" right click menu that I do not like.
RaMMicHaeL 3 years ago
Closed due to a lack of feedback. If there are still issues, please leave a reply or create a new topic.
Not a bug
Anonymous 4 years ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 4 years ago 0
Run TotalCommander and configure 'mouse wheel - cycle between taskbar buttons'.
Every program cycles well except TotalCommander icon..
RaMMicHaeL 4 years ago
Anonymous 3 years ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 3 years ago 3
The option for minimizing regardless of whether the window claims to be able to minimize works for the various advanced mouse controls, but not for a simple click on the thumbnail of the active window. Could you please change this?
RaMMicHaeL 3 years ago
OK, I understand what you mean.
That happens because when you're using an option of the tweaker (such as minimize to scroll), the tweaker does the minimization, so it can control the behavior. When you click on a taskbar button, explorer does it, so the nocheck_minimize option has no effect
jungle mole 2 years ago • updated by RaMMicHaeL 1 year ago 7

I don't know the conditions to reproduce and this is rare and not a problem at all, but as far as i'm here..

Faulting application name: Explorer.EXE, version: 10.0.10586.0, time stamp: 0x5632d4c0

Faulting module name: inject.dll, version:, time stamp: 0x56617dc9
Exception code: 0xc00000fd
Fault offset: 0x000000000001fffc
Faulting process id: 0x638
Faulting application start time: 0x01d141ad2c036536
Faulting application path: C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
Faulting module path: C:\Program Files\7+ Taskbar Tweaker\inject.dll
Report Id: ffe1cf2a-32b5-4333-b125-ece6d467f155
Faulting package full name:

Faulting package-relative application ID:

RaMMicHaeL 1 year ago

Perhaps the issue was fixed in v5.2. If not, please leave a comment or create a new topic.