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marqqer

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  1. StartIsBack++ 2.5

    the Jumplist is much more convenient to use than windows original, I like it . but quite often I accidentally hit the "pin/unpin this program to/from taskbar" button, for some pinned programs , I had to re-pin it and do some customization(change icon, modify shortcut command,etc.). Window original Jumplist provide an registry key to hide this "pin/unpin" buttons by setting : [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Explorer] "NoPinningToTaskbar"=dword:00000001 Is there a way to hide these buttons in Startisback++ jumplist so that I can no longer hit them by accident? Another advantage of Windows original Jumplist is that It can automatically redirect to the target of a Shell link if original link target is renamed or moved, but Startisback++ jumplist didn't provide this. FYI: ShellLinkObject object.Resolve https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/bb774004(v=vs.85).aspx
  2. StartIsBack++ 2.5

    the Jumplist is much more convenient to use than windows original, I like it . but
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