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| 7+ Taskbar Tweaker 4.4.6
7+ Taskbar Tweaker 4.4.6 This programs enables you to tweak your Windows 7 taskbar. A tool that allows you to: Reorder items within a tab group (drag n' drop). Group/ungroup/show label/hide label per Application ID. Close/minimize/etc. multiple windows at once. Change Application ID of windows (that is, grouping whatever windows you want). You can open it from the tweaker main window, from it's tray menu, or optionally by double/middle clicking the empty space of the taskbar. Change Info: Fixed the list_reverse_order advanced option for cases where the list contains lots of items and scrolling arrows are added. Fixed, when using mouse wheel volume control: if a dialog other than the volume control is open (e.g. the Volume Mixer), mouse scroll didn't bring it to front. Added a short delay before checking for an update. This might have fixed a crash which occurred when the PC woke up. Fix: after clicking on the taskbar, volume control was launched even if the mouse is not inside the taskbar. Fix: some windows couldn't be restored from the minimized state. Japanese translation, by milksizegene.
|3,713||Feb 24, 2014
| Textify 1.5.2
Textify 1.5.2 Have you ever wanted to copy some text from a dialog box which doesn’t provide such functionality? Textify was created to solve this problem: you can point your mouse over the text, click on the mouse shortcut (Shift + Middle click by default), and get a selectable view of the text. The Ctrl+C hotkey works only for standard message boxes. Textify works almost everywhere. For example, you can open the “Programs and Features” window, and copy a name of an installed program from the list. v1.5.2 (June 1, 2017) Textify ignores the system title bar description text now (e.g. "Displays the name of the window and contains controls to manipulate it"). Setup doesn't overwrite the existing settings anymore. Your browser does not support the video tag.
|360||Jun 16, 2017
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| Windows 10 Color Control 188.8.131.52
Windows 10 Color Control 184.108.40.206 Windows 10 allows you to customize the taskbar and start menu colors, but it provides only a limited set of predefined colors. In addition, no matter which color you’ll pick, the taskbar will end up being dark. I searched, but haven’t found a straightforward way to have a bright taskbar on Windows 10. Fortunately, I have discovered that there’s an undocumented registry key which makes explorer use an alternative color calculation algorithm, which in turn produces brighter colors. You can see the difference in the example image below. I wrote a quick application, Windows 10 Color Control, which allows you to modify the Windows 10 colors, and to get this alternative color calculation algorithm. The original Windows 10 calculation algorithm is referred to as the “New auto-color accent algorithm”, according to the undocumented registry value name. - RaMMicHaeL
|No Votes||1,006||Aug 21, 2015
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