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Is There A Way To Re-arrange Active Windows?

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Is there a way to Re-Arrange Active Windows on my task bar? So let's say I have Scite And IE open, and Scite is first on my taskbar, and IE second. Can I reverse them, without closing, and re-opening?

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Is there a way to Re-Arrange Active Windows on my task bar? So let's say I have Scite And IE open, and Scite is first on my taskbar, and IE second. Can I reverse them, without closing, and re-opening?

Good question! I'd love to know if there is a solution as well. Anyone?

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What would happen if you minimize each window to to the system tray:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...ndpost&p=139195

and then restored each in the order that you wanted them to appear on the task bar?

Would that reorder them?


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Is there a way to Re-Arrange Active Windows on my task bar? So let's say I have Scite And IE open, and Scite is first on my taskbar, and IE second. Can I reverse them, without closing, and re-opening?

"Hide" them and the order that you "show" the windows is the order that they will be on the task bar.
WinSetState ( "Command Prompt", "", @SW_HIDE )
WinSetState ( "about:blank - Microsoft Internet Explorer", "", @SW_HIDE )
Sleep(3000)
WinSetState ( "Command Prompt", "", @SW_SHOW )
WinSetState ( "about:blank - Microsoft Internet Explorer", "", @SW_SHOW )
Sleep(3000)
WinSetState ( "Command Prompt", "", @SW_HIDE )
WinSetState ( "about:blank - Microsoft Internet Explorer", "", @SW_HIDE )
Sleep(3000)
WinSetState ( "about:blank - Microsoft Internet Explorer", "", @SW_SHOW )
WinSetState ( "Command Prompt", "", @SW_SHOW )

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"Hide" them and the order that you "show" the windows is the order that they will be on the task bar.

WinSetState ( "Command Prompt", "", @SW_HIDE )
WinSetState ( "about:blank - Microsoft Internet Explorer", "", @SW_HIDE )
Sleep(3000)
WinSetState ( "Command Prompt", "", @SW_SHOW )
WinSetState ( "about:blank - Microsoft Internet Explorer", "", @SW_SHOW )
Sleep(3000)
WinSetState ( "Command Prompt", "", @SW_HIDE )
WinSetState ( "about:blank - Microsoft Internet Explorer", "", @SW_HIDE )
Sleep(3000)
WinSetState ( "about:blank - Microsoft Internet Explorer", "", @SW_SHOW )
WinSetState ( "Command Prompt", "", @SW_SHOW )
NICELY DONE!

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