While it's been a while since my last post, yesterday's public release of Windows X seemed like the perfect reason to start up again.
I currently have a small task manager switcher that I use with Rainmeter to swap between different programs (my taskbar is hidden). However, in Windows 10 there is a new way to switch between programs, called "Task View." This is an updated feature from the Flow View (Win⊞+Tab) and traditional Alt+Tabbing.
Anyways, I was wondering if somebody had found out a shortcut to this so that it can be accessed within Rainmeter? I'm guessing that it'll be something that we have to go through a system file for (like opening the network flyout "LeftMouseUpAction=[rundll32.exe %SystemRoot%\system32\van.dll,RunVAN]"), I'm just not sure which one.
Any help would be much appreciated!
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I'd like to add the new windows' task view to my rainmeter's skin as well Anyone had found a shortcut or kinda yet?
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You can use AutoHotKey to send Win+Tab to Windows and execute it with a Rainmeter bang.
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For anyone still looking for this, it's Ctrl + Win + Left/Right Arrow