i have old-school quicklaunch panel on tasskbar.
when 7+TT is not loaded, i can drag file atop of the icon and open it with corresponding application (say, open mp3 with winamp, adobe audition or mp3DirectCut or pang with photoshop, imageviewer or paint, for example)
but when 7+TT is loaded, i cant do this and get "not available" cursor (\)
pressing shift won't help in this case (as it helps with taskbar buttons)
to be clear: i'm talking not about adding a file to the quicklaunch (which works either 7+TT is loaded or not and cursor changes to "add item" cusor when hovering certain areas of quicklaunch)
Unsupported 16-Bit Application
The program or feature "\??\C:\Users\Vladimir\AppData\Local\Temp\stt6DC0.exe" cannot start or run due to incompatibity with 64-bit versions of Windows. Please contact the software vendor to ask if a 64-bit Windows compatible version is available.
That's a DNS issue.
I've switched to a different hosting yesterday, and it seems like the new DNS addresses hadn't fully applied yet.
For now, you can update manually.
Grab the tweaker here:
If this is something that can eliminated, by this utility, that would be great.
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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
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).
In the recent update the "control volume when mouse is over:" feature doesnt work over the rest of the taskbar anymore, just notification area. I want to be able to use the whole taskbar when scroll over it to control volume. Please fix this bug
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
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