Actual Title Buttons is a suite of the most essential and popular tools for desktop windows control and manipulation: minimize them to tray, set up priority, apply transparency, make them stay always-on-top of other windows, align, resize, roll up and even "ghost" them! You can do any of these advanced operations in a mouse click on the title bar icons that are added to standard Minimize/Restore/Close buttons immediately after installation. Furthermore, users are welcome to make up and apply their own window settings which are also done in a mouse click. Installation, as well as the use of the program, is extremely easy and does not require much time. Once installed, Actual Title Buttons adds its own buttons to the title bar of each window (each button represents a particular function - for example, roll up or align) and provides the list of predefined functions. Actual Title Buttons is useful for those who favor the mouse over the keyboard and want to improve their work's efficiency. The special design of the program makes it quick and convenient to operate desktop windows in a mouse click (nevertheless, there is an opportunity to use the hotkeys).
Actual Title Buttons is irreplaceable when you have to work with numerous applications at once switching from one to another, which is very annoying and frustrating. Moreover, it becomes quite difficult to distinguish between minimized programs as they get the taskbar piled up. Actual Title Buttons enables you to forget that chaos and proceed with your work not being disturbed by windows mess on the desktop.
Changelog for this release:
[!] Global system hooks are replaced with the hooks local for each process.
This should fix some known compatibility problems (e.g. with Lotus Notes,
Adobe Acrobat) and also improve the overall stability.
[*] List of hotkey actions can be filtered by hotkey category (System, Mouse,
[*] Hotkeys now work in applications (mostly, video games) that use DirectInput
to provide keyboard/mouse control (e.g. Elder Scrolls: Skyrim,
Battlefield 3, etc.).
[*] Classic snapping now ignores the 100%-transparent (i.e. invisible) windows.
[-] Windows 7: If Internet Explorer is already open, launching a new instance
of it opened an unwanted extra window.
[-] The bottom of title buttons was clipped in JRiver Media Center window.
[-] Moving a window between monitors via Monitor Selector dialog made
the Move to Monitor title button's tool tip incorrect.
[-] Windows x64: In some cases, scrolling a window with the "Scrolling inactive
windows" feature beyond the bottom made the scroller bounce at the end of
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