Quote: Originally Posted by eggyuk
smartey - every time I try to pin a short cut folder to the task bar it just merges with the explorer icon thats already there. How do you get it separate. Also where did u get the 360 controller icon form?
Oops, I forgot that part
I actually created a 'blank' toolbar to achieve the 'pinning' and the spacing.
♦ The way I did it was to create a folder in my users\Documents directory and then created a few folders called Blank ToolBar1/Blank ToolBar2/Blank ToolBar3 etc (the others I use for spacing)
ie C:\Users\USERNAME\Documents\Blank Toolbar 3
♦ Next r-click the Taskbar, uncheck 'lock the taskbar' and go to Toolbars > New Toolbar and then add the toolbar/s. This will add a folder with adjustable areas.
♦ Now r-click on the new toolbar and untick Show Title / Show text to make it invisible.
Then I created a folder on my desktop, named it , added the icon and created a shortcut to the folder and placed the shortcut in the appropriate Blank Toolbar.
I found that creating subfolders directly in the Blank Toolbar folder causes the icons to appear small. Creating the folder elsewhere and using the shortcut makes them appear as large icons.
As for the icon, I can't remember where I got it or if I modified it in Photoshop.
Either way, here it is: xbox360controller2.zip