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Do you get any error message? Or is it just loading forever?
You might want to try Softpedia:

The issue was introduced in v4.1.7, and was fixed in v4.1.8.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Hi Adam,

I use this option quite often on my PC (Windows 8 64-bit), and it works every time. One exception is when the active window belongs to an elevated process, like regedit.

I can't do much without a way to reproduce it. Try to notice what window is focused when the issue appears. Other than this, maybe one of your other applications conflicts with the tweaker.

Done in v4.1.7.

The tweaker detects whether the setup folder requires admin rights, and runs the update elevated in such case.

Note that installing to a folder which requires admin rights isn't fully supported. In order to install 7TT in such a folder, you must manually run the setup elevated. In order to uninstall it, you must manually run the uninstaller elevated, too. If you forget, it will just quietly half-uninstall.

It would be nice to fix that and make a proper setup which supports Program Files and such, but NSIS is too much PITA for that.

This is a situation where two opposite "always do" options are turned on - never show labels for gimp, and always show labels for decombined items. One of them must win.
Until now it was the latter.

I made it so that it would depend on the global labeling configuration:
If your taskbar configuration is "Always combine, hide labels", never show labels for X wins. Otherwise, always show labels for decombined items wins.

In short, it's fixed in v4.1.7 :)


There's a registry option to disable jump lists that appear by dragging.

Set the following DWORD value to 1:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\7 Taskbar Tweaker\OptionsEx

The tweaker assumes to be installed in a folder that doesn't require admin rights - by default, the setup doesn't run as admin and the default setup folder is %appdata%\7+ Taskbar Tweaker.

You can run the setup explicitly as administrator and install the tweaker in, e.g., Program Files - then the auto update won't work.

Updating as administrator is not a solution as it's not required for most users. The only accepted solution might be to check whether the installation path requires admin rights, and only then run the update as administrator. I'll see how doable it is.