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Exactly five years ago, 7 Taskbar Tweaker v1.0 was released (changelog).
Here’s how it looked:
And here’s where it all started.
As of Windows 8.1, this utility is *still* essential for me to get the same middle-click-to-close behavior for Windows taskbar icons as works on browser tabs (all major browsers)!
Hi, RaMMicHaeL! Happy birthday, but =) Released Windows 10 Tech. Pr. And 7 taskbar does not work there =) Can you fix it?
I do plan to fix it, but I can’t say when. Currently, I don’t have much spare time to work on it, unfortunately.
You can track the progress here:
Can donations, as in the case Windows 8.1, accelerate the situation? =)
it’s kind of interesting! thanks for the new post!
Happy Birthday! 🙂
Awesome utility! Thanks for all of your hard work creating it 🙂
Birthday congratulations to 7+ Taskbar Tweaker!
Happy birthday! Thanks for this amazing gift for us all. I can’t use Windows without your utility anymore.
I can’t imagine Windows 7 or 8 without ya. Nor 10…
Wow, I saw my request
was actually asked since 7TT was born.
Hope to see it soon in Advanced Options…
Thank You for 7TT and Good Luck!
Yes, you’re right. Please try v220.127.116.11 beta 🙂
I’m so glad to have this feature. It works perfect.
Thank You Very Much. 🙂
Happy birthday. You’re great man.
Thanks for such a great product. One thing that I can’t work out though. On my previous PC, I’m sure I had some programs’ buttons combined, and some not. For example, I think that Outlook email windows were not combined, whereas explorer windows were combined. I can’t seem to work out how to have that happen any more – has something changed, or am I just missing something?
See in 7+TT Help, Taskbar Inspector.
Argh! Sorry – I’ve no idea why I didn’t look in ‘Help’ – I think I expected all the documentation to be on the web, rather than in a classic ‘Help’ file. Thanks – sorted.
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