It would be nice to be able to change the priority program of the lower-middle to normal or high. This would help to avoid freezes change the volume roll mouse because of the low priority programs.
Actually, 7+ Taskbar Tweaker v4.1 indeed sets the volume control program to run in higher priority, so that it will launch faster. There's no reason to set the tweaker itself to run in high priority, since most functionality actually runs from within explorer.
Closing. If the topic author had something else in mind: feel free to leave a comment.
So you know the "disable_items_drag" advanced option.
When enabled, you can no longer move items in the taskbar.
A pretty straight forward and pretty good option.
What I'd like to request is something like "disable_pinned_items_drag", which will be very similar to the original but will make only pinned items stationary.
Is it possible to do such? If so, I'd be really grateful if such thing will be added.
Thanks for reading! :)
the suggestion is to make option, that allows buttons to jump to the beginning/end of group, thus the windows, that user working with were easier to find. (for example, i now have vertical taskbar and always dragging windows in groups i working for time being to the bottom of the group).
i said "intensity of use", because there have to be a criteria of intensity, rather just "last used" order. this is needed to not make windows jump here and there all the time and also not to screw up switching by mousewheel scroll (great feature, thanks for it).
this criteria must be something like "share of total switches number", where "switch" is registered after user spend some time not switching window or when taskbar loses focus for some time (user starts to use window)
after user manually dragged the button to reorder list, "current share" parameter is set to number between previous and next buttons'.
I see now Windows 10 is supported, but I can’t make the switch right now (damn forced updates) there’s just one feature in Windows 10 that I love – you can finally scroll on inactive window without bringing it to front!
Is it possible to get this feature on older Windows (7/8/8.1) via 7+TT? I found online that there’s a registry trick but it has some issues – if the focus only happens only when mouse wheel is scrolled, not just by moving on inactive windows, it would work perfectly. Is it doable? I’d like to avoid install another app for this matter (since I see that AlwaysMouseWheel also offers “Volume control when the mouse wheel on the taskbar” I’m afraid if it would break other 7+TT features related to mouse wheel on taskbar)
(I’m having some problem Signing in userecho... And I might made a comment in the wrong place on your blog, sorry for that.)
Thanks for the feedback.
I don't plan to implement the feature in the tweaker, because, well, it's 7+ Taskbar Tweaker. Having said that, there are programs which are designed to solve this issue. One that I'm aware of is WizMouse. I haven't used it myself, but as far as I know, it works as expected, and doesn't conflict with 7+ Taskbar Tweaker.
Please add an option to 7+ Taskbar Tweaker to make taskbar button overlay icons work when using small icons in taskbar
is there any chance you could make the taskbar button overlay icons work when using small icons in taskbar?
With "taskbar button overlay icons", i am referring to what is described over there:
Those taskbar button overlay icons usually only work when using normal sized icons in taskbar. When using small icons in taskbar (via Taskbar and Start Menu Properties -> Taskbar appearance -> Use small icons), they do not work.
So, any chance you could make it work via 7+ Taskbar Tweaker?
It would be much appreciated.
Running on W7 Pro SP1 patched as at 28 Feb 2015
Could you please aAdd the ability to adjust font size of the clock?
The characters are a little small, and it would be nice to make them 1 or 2 sizes larger.
BTW, thanks for adding the "Display seconds" option to the clock.
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