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7 Taskbar Tweaker

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tapufd
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Hi,

I came across this tool named 7 Taskbar Tweaker, with which you can tweak your Windows 7 taskbar very nicely.
I was wondering if these tweaks, or atleast some of them, can also be implemented in DF?
The one that I like is the tweak that changes the thumbnail previews when hovering over a taskbar button, in a plain list. (if you install the tool, it is under section Hovering, and then List)

Can you have a look into this, and let me know what you think?
Thx, T
Nov 14, 2011  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
For now we don't have any plans to include modifications to the native Windows taskbar, as we like to keep our focus on the DisplayFusion features that supplement the existing Windows functionality.

We will keep it in mind though if we do decide to add tweaks for the native Windows taskbar in the future.

Thanks!
Nov 15, 2011  • #2
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tapufd
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Hi,
Seems I was not clear. osition:relative;vertical-align:middle;">
I ment to implement the same configuration options of 7 Taskbar Tweaker into DF for the DF taskbar itself, NOT for the native Windows taskbar.
So 7 Taskbar Tweaker tweaks the native Windows taskbar, and DF tweaks its own taskbar. osition:relative;vertical-align:middle;">
Maybe that is a possibility?
/T
Nov 15, 2011  • #3
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Ah ok, sorry for the mixup! You actually can do this for the DisplayFusion taskbar.

On the Taskbar tab in the DisplayFusion Settings, just change the "Window Preview Style" to "Preview Disabled".

Note that the list won't show on hover, you just need to left-click the taskbar button to show the list.

Thanks!
Nov 15, 2011 (modified Nov 15, 2011)  • #4
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tapufd
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Hi,
That is exactly what I mean, but could this be improved a little bit GUI-wise?
I mean, if you test via 7 Taskbar Tweaker, and choose list for native Windows taskbar, you will see what I mean. osition:relative;vertical-align:middle;">
Thx, T
Nov 15, 2011  • #5
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Indeed! We'll see what we can do osition:relative;vertical-align:middle;">
Nov 16, 2011  • #6
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