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Button size on multi taskbar when it's double height

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Griff389
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Hi there,

When I set my taskbar to double height, the window buttons (icons) aren't the same height as the standard windows ones.

Edit: Should add this in Windows 7, when using a double height taskbar, and having it set to never group icons together. This has the effect of giving me two rows of task bar items with the full icon and title text.

Is there a way I can set this to be the same? I can't seem to do it using the multi taskbar settings. Or is this something that can be included in future releases if it doesn't already?

The attached jpg shows the standard windows taskbar buttons to the left, and the display fusion one to the right.

Regards

Carl
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Oct 3, 2011 (modified Oct 3, 2011)  • #1
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Griff389
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I's also like to know if I can ungroup icons. If I've got five e-mails open on my second monitor, display fusion is showing them grouped together. There is a "group buttons" option in the task bar settings, but that doesn't change anything.
Oct 3, 2011  • #2
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For the Button Grouping option, try just selecting it again. The first time it's changed, it may need to be selected twice for it to take effect.

As for the button size, it seems to be ok on my machine. Which version of the DisplayFusion are you running? Can you make sure you've got 3.4 installed?

Thanks!
Oct 3, 2011  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
In an effort to cleanup the DisplayFusion Discussions, this topic is being marked as Complete as it hasn't received a response for more than 30 days. If you're still having trouble and would like some help, just let me know!

Thanks!
Nov 29, 2011  • #4
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