|16 Sep 2010||#1|
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Taskbar Toolbar Flyout menu from folders and/or links
I have been doing a lot of searching and haven't been able to figure this out in Windows 7. I have seen some people do this in videos. What I am trying to add a toolbar on the task bar that I would NOT reduce the size to nothing just to get the sub folders to fly out.
An example of this that I have seen is that they added a toolbar of the Computer (all the drives) and all you would have to do is click on C: and a fly out menu of it's contents would fly out from there.
I have been able to accomplish this sorta, I have been able to create the toolbar, but I have to do a ctrl + left click on the C: drive and it would fly out. Is there anything I am missing to get this to work?
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