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Textbar

Minimalist taskbar replacement using only text on your desktop.

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Taskbar replacement that uses only text in a desktop widget style format. Simple UI, click to switch windows, double click to close. Minimalist interface with low memory consumption.

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  • Transparent background added.
  • Removed "Windows" and "Microsoft" prefixes from application names.
  • Removed draggability; consumed too much memory.
  • Reduced refresh blinking via ListBox.
  • Fixed bug with minimized windows.

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.NET/Mono

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2013-05-31

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