|05 Aug 2010||#1|
Grouping pinned icons in superbar
My settings are set to never combine my taskbar buttons, but I also have some pinned icons on my superbar. If one of my pinned programs gets closed, it'll go into pin-mode in the middle of all the other programs it was next to. I was wondering if it could be possible to always have my pinned icons on the left side, and when the programs go into pin-mode after being closed, make them automatically go to the left side of the bar, to be grouped with the other pinned programs (it'd also be a plus if you could set a predefined order of icons when grouped). It's inconvenient to do it manually each time I open and close programs (and I think it looks bad having a pinned program in the middle of a bunch of running programs). :P
A program also opens up in the middle of a bunch of pinned icons (if I group them manually). It'd be nice if the program would go to the running programs side, as well as going to the pinned side after being closed.
PS. I was looking for a way, and this is the only real useful thing I've come across: Forum FAQ: How to deploy Windows 7 Taskbar Pinned Icons by Group Policy?
Is that what I need? I don't wanna risk it by messing with my registry blindly.. at least not without confirmation about the link, or something.
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