Howto disable automatic taskbar grouping in KDE 4.2

As I don’t like the automatic taskbar grouping in Kubuntu under KDE 4.2, I was looking for a way to change the default behaviour.

Some of you might think: What is the problem about that?

In short:

Maybe, there is no problem if you know where you can find the switch to change it.

In long:

As my taskbar is almost anytime filled with running applications, I didn’t find the way first. So if your tasbar is not full of apps, just richt-click on the taskbar and select “task manager settings”. There you have the possibility to customize the grouping behaviour of the taskbar.

If your taskbar is full(as mine was), you have to right-click one of the tiny spaces between two applications in the taskbar. If you are able to hit the space, you will sure be able to change the grouping behaviour, too 😉

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2 Responses to Howto disable automatic taskbar grouping in KDE 4.2

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  2. HMG says:

    Thank you! I spent ages looking for these options.

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