I'd like to have all the hidden icons show when I move the mouse over the clock.
Not asking for the icons to be auto-hidden by 7TT, just auto show. Hiding the icons is already easy enough :-)
Changing of date and time format in "Region and Language Settings" affects all programs, not only the taskbar. I would like to change the date and time format only for the taskbar. It would be a great option for 7TT.
In v4.2 there's an option to display seconds on the tray clock.
If you are interested in a custom date format, please create a new feedback.
This is becoming the most frequently updated app on my computer.
While I love updates, I would prefer an option to make them silent and automatic since they are getting annoying having to do them manually all the time.
Regular taskbar buttons would remain large.
The same way it works in Taskbar Inspector. The Context menu of Taskbar Inspector can be copied to this feature.
Please make it possible to sort the icons within these groups. For example in the same way as it is possible to move grouped items with the option "Drag within/between groups using right mouse button".
The sorting doesn't necessarily have to be saved in the registry as this could be very complicated.
Thanks everyone for helping me to solve this long-standing bug.
Give a configurable keyboard shortcut to toggle between only running programs on the taskbar. This shortcut should directly switch like Alt+Esc does (unlike Alt-Tab which shows a preview window) but it should switch in taskbar order of running programs from left to right (or right to left if Shift is held down). From Windows 95 to XP, we had Win+Tab (Win+T in Vista), then hit Enter to cycle only between running programs. As Windows 7/8 both mix running and non-running programs, Win+T has become useless. If I use Win+T, I have to go through all the pinned programs before arriving at a running program. We have Alt-Esc which switches directly but in Z-order (order by last used which is unpredictable, not the taskbar order which we always see at the bottom). Alt-Tab is there but it is not the Taskbar order. Plus Alt-Tab doesn't directly switch, it shows a list where switching does an unwanted Aero-Peek and where minimized windows are thrown at the end of the list.
Done in v4.2.5.
It's not very user friendly, but well, you have to set it up only once, and it works.
A tip, disabling global windows hotkeys:
I've set Win+Q and Win+W to cycle between windows on my PC.
It wouldn't work without disabling the hotkeys for explorer first.
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