Clicking on unfocused group should restore all windows to previous state
When you left mouse click a grouped button, I would like all the windows of this group to open up in the state they were in before they got unfocused. By state I mean minimized/maximized, on top/on bottom, etc.
I will give you an example so you can understand it better.
Let’s say I have three PDF-files open, each in it’s own window. One is minimized, a second is maximized, and a third is windowed hovering above the second (maximized) window. The third window is in focus.
Next, I open my webbrowser. After a while I want to open the PDF-windows again. So I click the grouped PDF-button. Here comes the trick. The PDF files appears exactly as they did before I opened my webbrowser. In other words, by one click, the second PDF-window is maximized and the third is put on top of that.
Clicking on a focused group button should preferably minimize all windows.
I think this would be the most logical and user friendly way to navigating the task bar, and actually should have been the default in Windows 7 from day 1.
Maciej Katafiasz commented
This sounds like what MacOS does with its idea of "application", not "window", being the unit of switching focus. At least that's how I understand it.
AdminRaMMicHaeL (Admin, moved) commented
Maybe what you need is a virtual desktop software...
This is well explained. Please include this feature in a future version of 7 Taskbar Tweaker if at all possible.