Prevent right-click from bringing window into focus when Standard window menu is selected.
I'd find it very convenient if I could go back to the standard window menu but still be able to right-click a taskbar button and close it without the window coming into focus. Thank you for creating such a useful program :)
I would also like to see this.
sorry, I voted for this feature, but now I see that the current behaviour is just fine:
1) Windows that are minimized won't get focus/come to foreground.
2) Those windows that are not minimized will get the focus.
Both points are exactly how it was with WinXP.
One thing has changed indeed: Although points 1 & 2 apply to most applications, some windows behave differently in Windows 7: All Windows-Explorer windows (for example the Control panel) will always get focused when clicked -- they don't get minimized on a second click like other applications do. (Don't know if the author could do anything about _this_ ...)
Anyway: Thanks alot for 7TT !!! :-)
Yes, I noticed this as soon as I enabled the wonderful old style right click. I vote for this feature.
Set middle click to Close in 7TT, and you can easily close a lot of programs without right clicking. It's so fast and awesome. Works on Firefox tabs too, didn't know that before I got 7TT :)
david rawk commented
You can use the jump list to accomplish this. Just left click the item, and mouse up. A menu shows up. You can select close without letting your boss see the job hunting you're doing :)