Quick Launch - Enable or Disable

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  1. Posts : 70,224
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       #340

    simonsez9 said:
    From where i can download the reg file for it can you give me the link for it mate appreciate it
    Hello Simon,

    Uh?

    I think you may have posted in the wrong thread.
    Last edited by Brink; 12 Jun 2012 at 21:49. Reason: added quote
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  2. Posts : 72
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit Sp1
       #341

    no mate hahahahaha i am looking for the reg file for the quick launch bar i read the tutorial but everytime i need to go throuhg whole tutorial so thought to ask if got a reg file for it then it would be easy to install it
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  3. Posts : 70,224
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       #342

    LOL, oh ok. Sorry, but there wouldn't and couldn't be a REG file involved for this. You're basically just creating a folder with a Recycle Bin shortcut in it, then adding the folder as a toolbar to the taskbar. :)
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    Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
       #343

    Got it! Now remove the label?


    Thank you Brink for the original Tut on Quick Launch - Enable or Disable.

    Got that and it is now on the left side of the Task Bar, great stuff - BUT, it retains its label at the left "Quick Launch" beside the Show Desktop icon.

    How to get rid of that label?

    Thanks in advance.
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       #344

    You're most welcome muymalestado.

    It looks like you just missed step 6 in OPTION ONE to remove it. :)
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       #345

    Duh! RTFT, eh?
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  7. Posts : 70,224
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       #346

    LOL
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  8. Posts : 2
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       #347

    Quick Launch icon vertical spacing and keeping it there


    I have my taskbar setup to double height of normal, quick launch (QL) bar on the left hand side of the screen, small icons with no text in QL. When I reboot my computer, Windows displays two (2) rows of QL icons, followed by some double arrows that I can click on which brings up a list box with my other shortcuts. When I unlock the taskbar, and quickly drag it to the top of the screen and then back down to the bottom, Windows displays three (3) rows of icons. How do I get Windows to consitently display three (3) rows of icons in the quick launch bar without me having to unlock and move to and from every time I reboot?
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       #348

    Hello Michael, and welcome to Seven Forums.

    I've been playing with this, and I can't even get it to show 3 rows in QL with the taskbar set to double height. Only if the taskbar was set to triple height.

    If you like, a workaround would be to unlock the taskbar, drag the dotted line separator to the right of QL over to the right just a bit until all small icons in QL show without the expansion double arrow, then lock the taskbar.
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    Windows 7 Enterprise x64 SP1
       #349

    My specs if it helps


    Screen Resolution: 1280 x 1024

    Custom DPI Setting: 125% 9 point Segoe UI at 120 pixels per inch using Windows XP style DPI scaling

    Window Color and Appearance:
    Caption Buttons - Size: 26
    Icon - Size: 32
    Icon Spacing (Horizontal) - Size: 62
    Icon Spacing (Vertical) - Size: 55

    I DO use Aero, not a basic theme.

    I just do not understand why it will not show me the three rows until I move the bar around. If it displays it this way once, I should always be able to display it this way.

    I have tried holding the shift key down when re-booting, no luck.
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