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(Solved) - make w7 taskbar like i had on xp folder shortcuts

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  • Started 5 years ago by donmartin
  • Latest reply from JHubbard92
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donmartin
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Hello!
How can i make a menu like this in windows 7?

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madmacs
madmacs
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donmartin, um... what´s that link all about? A Norwegian Design Firm??

EDIT: I´ve removed your link as it was either a wrong link or spam!!

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donmartin
Posts: 6

Pardon me. Its a link to my image explanation. Did you remove uit?

Edit: Do you knwo of a free service wich allows me to link the image here without registratoion. ??

Its not spam

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madmacs
madmacs
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Yes donmartin, because I can´t understand Norwegian ;) If you would like to upload an image then please use photobucket or imageshack. Thx, Matt

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donmartin
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image

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donmartin
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I hope somebody can help me. I have shorcuts in my taskbar but how can i make them appear like in the image link above? Thank you
Now they appear like some sort of quicklaunch symbols. But i want the folders to appear like links. So that I can hower over them and see whats inside that folder, and so on...

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madmacs
madmacs
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donmartin, have a look here, written by our Geek Maybe this will help. Matt

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donmartin
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thank you madmacs, but it dod not help. The feature im loking for is the one shown in the picture. Where i can hold my mouse over the shortcut on taskbar and a windows comes up and shows folder inside the folder.

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JHubbard92
JHubbard92
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@ donmartin

Try this - (also written by our Geek), it is not Windows 7 but Vista, so probably very simular things you have to do, I wouldn't know as I do not have Windows 7 :P

Is that what you meant?

Jordan

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donmartin
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Yes! Thank you!! :D This will boost my workflow! ;)

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JHubbard92
JHubbard92
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No problems... another question solved :-)

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