If I have multiple windows and I right click on the task to "Show the desktop", the windows all minimize. You do have the option in the right click menu to "show open windows", but if you were to click any windows that were minimized after clicking "Show the desktop", the ability to "show open windows" will be lost.
I tried to find a solution to maximize all windows in Windows 7 but I haven't found one. I know that the win+d key will minimize and restore all windows, but this method doesn't restore windows after a window is clicked upon. Does someone know of an application that can force all windows on the taskbar to a maximized state?
I'm looking a stop watch program that can keep track of multiple times. I tried MultiTimer but this program lacks the hotkeys to effectively stop and start each timer. If someone can create a program similar to Multitimer but with hotkeys then I will like to assign 1 through 0 to toggle each timer to start and pause and resume if pressed. ctrl 1 through 0 will clear the each timer's elapsed time.
Is there a program out there that can look at these links and download them automatically at a certain time of the day? It will also need to support overwriting of the existing file in the directory that is user-defined.
Clipomatic possesses the same problem as with arsclip. Focus is stolen when attempting to rename files. If the shift functionality of group pasting is too much, then I would hope that a simple click function can still be implemented.
Another reason I been reluctant to use any other form of clipboard management is because I use the script to label file names. I can cycle through the entries with the script without losing focus from my renaming. I tried arsclip before and it was promising, but it stole focus on my file renaming.
I tried many clipboard manager programs, but many of them are too complicated for what I am use. Many are obtrusive and are counter-productive when there are too many dialog boxes and key presses required to do a simple task.
I am accustom to use this autohotkey script which allows me to paste the last 5 history items on the clipboard. The problem with this is that you would have to cycle through the list to get to the items in the history and a key combination is required to be held down for operation. I was hoping someone would be able to add or modify upon this script to make it easier to use.
The features which I request are the following: Maintain the feature of having the last 5 entries in the list Able to allow for mouse to to double click any of the entries for pasting when the mouse goes on any of the 5 entries: the hotkey is no longer needed to be held down and only a click elsewhere away from the entries is needed to get out of the clipboard entries view. a range of entries is selectable for pasting when the shift key is held down and mouse is clicked on any two of the five entries
In the Gnome desktop environment, applications opened will resize themselves to make full use of the task bar, but windows can only have a fixed task bar button width at one time. Is it a program out there that can replicate this feature for windows?