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Riban

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  1. Absolutely. Better than many other start menu/taskbar replacements, too.
  2. Great, I just upgraded my license and it worked/activated perfectly. What I have noticed is missing in SAB: In the original Windows 11 task bar in the window preview function there are snap groups previews shown always on the rightmost side next to the window preview thumbnails. Those snap groups previews are missing in SAB. In the original Windows 11 task bar there are the most recent searches shown when hovering over the search icon. Those are missing when hovering over the search icon with SAB active. The new animations from the original Windows 11 task bar (for example when hovering over or clicking an application icon) are missing in SAB. My conclusion is that SAB injects some older Windows taskbar DLLs into the system which lack those newer functions and animations. My question: Is it possible to add those Windows 11 features into SAB? Also: It would be great if there were an option to have SAB start menu enabled, but at the same time use the Windows Search instead of the built in search of SAB. So that the SAB start menu invokes the Windows Search when users hit the Windows Key (WinKey) on the keyboard and start typing. Currently this is only possible when the SAB Start Menu is turned off.
  3. It would be great if there were an option to have SIB start menu enabled, but at the same time use the Windows Search instead of the built in search of SIB. So that the SIB start menu invokes the Windows Search when users hit the Windows Key (WinKey) on the keyboard and start typing. Currently this is only possible when the SIB Start Menu is turned off.
  4. Once again SIB is doing right what Microsoft, once again, is getting wrong. Great work! I know that SIB TBD is currently in an (early) development state and many functions are still on the dev's to do list. So please excuse me if I mention some things that the devs are already working on. Please don't see my findings as critique of SIB. What I have noticed is missing in SIB TBD (currently Beta 2): In the original Windows 11 task bar in the window preview function there are snap groups previews shown always on the rightmost side next to the window preview thumbnails. Those snap groups previews are missing in SIB TBD. In the original Windows 11 task bar there are the most recent searches shown when hovering over the search icon. Those are missing when hovering over the search icon with SIB TBD active. The new animations from the original Windows 11 task bar (for example when hovering over or clicking an application icon) are missing in SIB TBD. My conclusion is that SIB TBD injects some older Windows taskbar DLLs into the system which lack those newer functions and animations. My question is: is it possible to add those Windows 11 features into SIB?
  5. Cool, thanks. Are there more tweaks (just curious)? Are those settings (or at least some of them) specific to SIB or are some of them more general and taken from the Windows UI settings somewhere else in the registry? Because I could imagine that "EnableShadow" for example could also be applied to other Windows UI elements somewhere else in the registry.
  6. The settings for SIB are stored in the Windows registry in this path: "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\StartIsBack". I know that some registry tweaks exist which are not listed there in the registry after the first/clean installation of SIB, for example "StartPane_JumpListWidth" or "StartPane_LeftWidth" (I got those two some time ago from one of the developers). Where can I find a list of all the possible SIB registry tweaks? Thanks!!!

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