Processing Ajax...

Close Dialog


Close Dialog

Close Dialog

Quick suggestion...

User Image
24 discussion posts
I'll be straightforward... :mrgreen:

I haven't gone through every page of threads to see if this was here, so I'll just say it.

A nice addition would be to add something like what the windows taskbar has as a property..."Group similar taskbar buttons"... :-D

I have around 35 windows open on my secondary monitor, and it's pretty I thought it'd be something nice to have.

Wonderful program by the way, I'm a programmer myself. :D


Another possible addition would be: (this would be a tough one, with alot of subclassing involved most likely)...
Placing the tray on another monitor, along with system time and whatnot...
Sep 12, 2009  • #1
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on
Thank you for the feedback. :) The taskbar button grouping is planned for a future version, but not started yet. You're right about adding a system tray though, it's unfortunately not possible. :(
Sep 13, 2009  • #2
User Image
Andrew M
37 discussion posts
Having the Time in the extended task bar is in our development roadmap and should be out in one of the next few releases - we will take note of your other suggestions!

Thanks for the feedback!
Sep 13, 2009  • #3
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on
Thanks Andrew, I missed the part about the clock. Adding an optional clock is planned for a future version, but not the complete system tray. Thanks!
Sep 13, 2009  • #4
User Image
24 discussion posts
Ahhh. Very well. At least something I mentioned sounds doable, heh? :roll:

But there's a small issue in Windows 7. :-o (I just switched, first time out of around five tries, actually getting it to work without wiping everything... :cry:)

I don't know if this was mentioned, but I am an avid MSN user, and I keep my MSN conversations, as well as the buddy list on my secondary monitor. There's an MSN button on the primary task bar, and on the seconady task bar...which is the buddy list on both. Not a big deal, but it seemed unintentional, so I thought I'd bring it up.

Hmm, I wouldn't know if this is a problem, but I'm an anxious guy when it comes to having up-to-date stuff, so I check for updates often. On Windows 7, the tray tooltip bubble only shows after closing the settings form, after pressing the Check For Updates button.

Another couple suggestions! Haha, I'm chock full of 'em!

Pretty much match with Windows 7 here, enabling and disabling task bar button captions. It'd be tidier.

A "Show Desktop" thing in the bottom right corner of the rightmost screen, like in Windows 7, could be useful, a quick getaway from whatever people may be lurking on, just *zoom to the bottom right, and click* BAM! :roll: Or perhaps on each screen, whatever. :-D

This one is REALLY not necessary: The smooth, Windows 7 mouse-over switching between task bar previews... :wink:

Besides that, I guess that's all I can up with at 2:30 in the morning on a school night. So, best of luck, gents! :wink:
Sep 14, 2009  • #5
Jon Tackabury (BFS)'s profile on
I'm going to lock this topic, and continue the discussion over here:

Sep 25, 2009  • #6
Subscribe to this discussion topic using RSS
Was this helpful?  Login to Vote(-)  Login to Vote(-)