Quote: Originally Posted by MrJukes
That is something Firefox would have to add.
From the MSDN ITaskbarList3 documentation
Inserts a new thumbnail into a tabbed-document interface (TDI) or multiple-document interface (MDI) application's group flyout or moves an existing thumbnail to a new position in the application's group.
As noted above, IE already has this behavior.
I understand what you're saying here but this isn't what I'm looking for. I don't want to see what are in all the different tabs. Showing the one tab that's selected in each window is fine.
What I'm looking for is rearranging the order of the displayed preview windows in the taskbar by manually moving them around. I've tried this with IE, Firefox, and several other programs. None of them work.
A program I used to use for Windows XP was Taskbar Shuffle. It allowed me to move programs around to different spots in the taskbar (Windows 7 does this) and move the order each instance (window) of a program listed in the taskbar (Windows 7 doesn't appear to allow you to do this).