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I have been a user for MANY years, and have donated on occasion. There are two lingering issues on this wonderful program. Maybe you can review. 1. When I open excel files one at a time, it will move ALL excel open windows to the front of the line in the task bar. I wish it would leave the older sessions where they were.
2. When I open new Adobe sessions, it places them right to left (newest on the right). Unlike ALL other programs that I open, the sessions line up properly left to right (newest on the right).
Any reason for these issues, and can it be fixed?
Thank you for the feedback and the support, I’m glad that you like the tweaker 🙂
As for the issues:
Unfortunately, Excel doesn’t play well with the taskbar. A number of issues were reported regarding Excel and the taskbar. This issue looks similar to the one you describe. Here’s another issue, which links to an issue, which links to a comment, which links to a couple of other comments, all related to Excel and the taskbar.
When I open new Adobe sessions, it places them right to left (newest on the right)
Did you mean “newest on the left”? Sounds like a bug/mis-feature of the Adobe program. Which program is that? Can you post a screenshot of how it looks?
Love to. How do I post the screenshot?
You can upload it to Imgur, for example, and post here the link.
Here is the screen shot with some text.
I’d assume that the issue happens when the tweaker is not running, too. That’s clearly an issue of Adobe Acrobat. I’d guess that they open the new document in the current window, then create a new window, and move the old document to the new window for some reason.
The good news is that the tweaker allows you to re-order the items within the group, either by right-mouse-button-dragging or by re-ordering the thumbnails. Let me know if you don’t know how.
i been using ur taskbar tweaker for easy controlling the Volume at my PC – very urgent at mixed volumes everywhere.
All been working nice and quickly, but since u implemented new windows slider all is laggy and needs sometimes nearly a minute to controll volume … k my PC is no i7 (lowest level @ IntelAtomX5-Z8350 & 40″ TV :D) but it been workin so nice before with that old slider :(((
can u fix that ?
You can use the sndvol_classic advanced option of the tweaker to revert to the old behavior. You can also use this registry tweak to switch to the classic volume control system-wide – no only on scroll, but also on click, etc.
OK – ty rammichael 🙂 been hard to find advanced options^^ 😉
regards and ty again,
Please add “Open File Location” to Jump List.
Hi Michael! I’m from Brazil, and the 7+ tweaker is one of the best software I’ve come to know so far. Thanks for the attention to the details, and mainly for making it free (today I could only donate 5 USD, because here in Brazil, 5 USD equals ~22 BRL….. =/ ).
I couldn’t make the 7 tweaker work for multimonitors. Can someone help me? I’m using W10 N Education, 64 bits. Thanks in advance and success for all of us.
Thank you for the feedback and the contribution, I appreciate it!
About the issue with multimonitors, can you please provide more details? What doesn’t work for you?
I’m using my notebook and a second monitor, both @ 1366×768.
Although I’m using the second monitor with the “extend screen” mode, I can’t set the 7+ tweaker on the taskbar located at the external monitor, only at the laptop’s native screen.
Can you give an example of a feature that doesn’t work on the second monitor? Also, are you using any other customization tools, such as DisplayFusion?
I’ll try to post an image here, so you can see my little problem:
On the left, my laptop screen, just the way I wanted thanks to your program.
On the right the external monitor, I want the windows taskbar on the left side of the screen, and with a minimal width (as the laptop screen already is).
BOTH the screens are at 1366×768, and I’m not using any other customization tools.
(I know it’s cliche, but sorry for the eventual bad english)
On the right the external monitor, I want the windows taskbar on the left side of the screen
That’s something Windows allows to do. Unlock your taskbar, move it to the left, and lock it again. See this guide for details.
and with a minimal width (as the laptop screen already is)
The no_width_limit advanced option of the tweaker can help with that. Since you’ve done it in the main taskbar, it should already be enabled, and you should be able to just resize the secondary taskbar.
Just wanted to say THANK YOU for this amazing little program! I use it pretty much every day (and multiple times through the day) to easily tweak the grouping/combining options.
If we could have global shortcuts for fast toggling of these options (or even a context menu in the system tray icon so you don’t have to open the full app window), that would be great!
Thanks again for an awesome utility!
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