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    bobsobol commented  · 

    1) You can't make the taskbar the "active" UI element. So Ctrl-A in what other UI element of a window not in the task bar would select all? (I would suggest the start button, which is the only UI element other than desktop icons (where Ctrl-A selects all desktop icons) that can be selected when no windows are open... but it's very hard to select without clicking it... which would open the start menu and select an entry. :S Hard.

    2) non-running pinned apps which don't show in the taskbar would be "unpinned" apps???? The point of a pinned app is that it's just like an unpinned one, except it disappears when it's not running. Or do you mean you'd like to toggle "roll up" all pinned apps temporarily with a single UI button like the "hidden try icons" in XP?

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    bobsobol commented  · 

    If that size could be 0px (as per Michiels' comment) or it's position back next to the start button as per fr34ky, then I vote for this 100% before anything else.

    Doors2Windows have a tool which pushes it "half-way" off the screen. (for me, but there are many videos showing it working completely for others on YT, there are also other people saying it doesn't work in different ways, but it may give you an idea. ^_^)