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  1. On some computers, the sound can be late opening. The interface can speed up a little. Moreover, adjustable sound sensitivity.

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  2. When placing the taskbar on either side of the screen, I would like the start orb to be at the bottom. Windows 7 always places it at the top and there is no option to change it. Please add an invert taskbar option to flip the taskbar so the orb is at the bottom.

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  3. I think auto hide is a great feature, but bar's going up and down is very slow. I think it would be great to have the possibility to set the animation duration

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  4. I know that the Windows 7 Start Button Changer can do the first for normal themes, but it does not work in the Classic Theme. Once you find the place of the graphics it should be really simple to replace it with the normal Orb or something personal, as it isn't animated in classic. The same goes for the ShowDesktopButton which looks out of place in a normal Superbar in the Classic Theme as well...

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  5. If you drag a file to an empty space in the taskbar, minimize all applications and show desktop. Draging to the far right to minimize everything is annoying.

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  6. I want to be able to set the position of the orb (the start menu icon) on the task bar. This is regardless of the position of the task bar on the screen (i.e., bottom, top, left or right).

    For example, if the task bar is on the left, I want to be able put the orb on the bottom of the screen. It would then be in a similar position as in the original task bar layout.

    I think this idea is similar to this but I'm trying to be clearer: http://tweaker.uservoice.com/forums/73857-general/suggestions/2565881-invert-the-taskbar-when-on-the-side-of-the-screen-

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  7. If the fullscreen program looses focus (on a multimonitor system) the taskbar will stay hidden.

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  8. Add System tray pop-up on hover like in the new Bins app which is shareware (No Clicks) Needed Increased productivity

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  9. When using a multirow taskbar, there is empty space under the arrow button that brings up hidden systray icons that is not considered empty space by 7 Taskbar Tweaker, so double clicking or middle clicking on it will not perform the actions set in 7TT. If this space were seen as empty taskbar space, those with multirow taskbars would not need to use the "Reserve empty space on taskbar" feature that eats up available taskbar space.

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  10. The alt-tab menu in Windows 7 only sorts the first 6 or so windows by their z-ordering (most-recently-used). All other windows are roughly alphabetized, with some other strange rules applied. This means that checking several windows will push less-recently-used windows into an unpredictable place later in the list based on their names and other factors, while names aren't even visible in the alt-tab menu unless the window's icon is highlighted. Previous versions of Windows sorted exclusively by z-ordering, keeping recently used windows near the top where a user would expect them to be.

    I realize this isn't a piece of…

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  11. It would be nice to always have all the pinned application icons on the left side of all the task buttons (like they were in past OS). Currenly when you close a pinned application the application icon sits in the middle of your task buttons; it would be nice to have an option where application icon automatically moves over to the left of all the buttons, next to the other icons of pinned applications that are not currently open.

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  12. add taskbars on other screen with same behavior than on the main screen

    if I use other multi-bar tool, the behavoir is classic on secondary screens

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  13. Currently the taskbar is always on top. On previous versions of windows you could turn this future off, but this was removed for windows-7. I'd like to have the options to have programs go over the taskbar.

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  14. For some app (mail, ftp, color picker) I need to have pinned item grouped with app instances
    for other no (file explorer, browser)

    actualy I can choose that but globaly (with "dont's group pinned items" setting) but not for each app ID.

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  15. Like Start Killer does...

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  16. I just want this option to be added to the "Middle-click on empty space"

    This makes it as close to standard TAB behavior in browsers as possible. In firefox by default, when middle-clicking on empty space, a new tab is created. When middle-clicking on a tab, the tab is closed. This has a nice balance and is easy to understand.

    Firefox can also be made to duplicated a tab when middle-clicking the empty space. This is as close to opening a new tab as one can get with the taskbar because there is no "empty task" to open. So to…

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  17. Currently the middle click (close option) only closes the windows if its not grouped.
    I would like an option so that the middle click close function would also work like the "close all windows" in the right click menu on grouped windows.

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  18. The colour of an active window on the taskbar is not visible compared to other bars that are not active when glancing.
    Older versions of Wndows has the active window sunken making it distinguishable from other windows on the taskbar.
    I want to be able to glance at the taskbar knowing which window I'm on so I don't accidentally minimize it.

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  19. 29 votes
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  20. I like to middle click icons to close the window. It makes the taskbar behave more like the tabs I'm using in my browser.

    But I hat to miss the 'create new instance' option.

    Please add more click options and make them user configurable. For instance:

    Double left click -> Open new window
    Long right click -> Open window menu
    etc.

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