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Option "All taskbars show relevant windows" grayed out/Window won't minimize

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bp_ballistic
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I'm running the Windows 7 beta version and after getting a trial license key for the Pro version of DisplayFusion I've got a couple things that don't seem to work correctly:

  • I can enable the taskbar for each monitor but the option for "All taskbars show relevant windows" is grayed out. The other two options are available.
  • Also, I've noticed that if I have a window open on the second monitor I cannot click on the window in the taskbar of the second monitor (non-primary monitor) to minimize it. If it is already minimized it will bring the window up, but if the window is up it will not minimize.

Thanks.
Apr 15, 2009  • #1
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is2gu
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  • I can enable the taskbar for each monitor but the option for "All taskbars show relevant windows" is grayed out. The other two options are available.


I asked the same thing in this post and got the following response...
http://www.binaryfortress.com/Forum/index.php?topic=847.0
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Hi, sorry for the confusion. The "All taskbars show relevant windows" is currently unavailable in Windows 7. The reason for this is that I don't currently have a good way of "hiding" the taskbar items on the Windows 7 taskbar. Because the taskbar items also double as the shortcut, I really don't want to mess with them. Once the Windows 7 SDK goes out of beta I will be investing much more time into adding this feature. For now, you can have the Windows 7 taskbar display all the windows, and the DisplayFusion taskbar can display only the relevant windows. Thanks!


(I hope for not very long)
Apr 22, 2009  • #2
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
is2gu is correct, it isn't supported yet in Windows 7.
Apr 23, 2009  • #3
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