7 Taskbar Tweaker v2.0 is out!
Now you don’t have to open Taskbar Inspector to Group your taskbar items the way you want to.
The new drag-within-groups option enables you to do it using the right mouse button!
Here is a short demo to demonstrate how it works:
You can catch any taskbar button with the right mouse button and drag it to another button to group them together!
You can drag it away of the taskbar buttons to create a new group.
Note: if you have grouping disabled, you won’t be able to group buttons with default Application IDs, but you can drag it away to create a new random_group_x which is always groupable. See demo to look how it works.
There’s a bonus coming with that feature: you can scroll your mouse wheel while holding the right mouse button to show/hide labels of the group under the mouse.
Also, starting from this version, the tweaker is distributed within a setup package (a good reason to label it v2.0).
The setup does not require admin privileges and does not leave traces on uninstall (unless you choose to keep the settings).
Also, it automatically detects whether you’re running the 64-bit version of Windows and installs the appropriate tweaker version (I had to learn some NSIS scripting on the way :)).