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I have a high taskbar (two rows) in Windows Vista, and I want to stack toolbars (which tend to be designed to take up one row). The default behavior is side-by-side only.

See image: top of image is default side-by-side toolbars, I would like to be able to locate the address toolbar under the media toolbar, for example, bottom of image.

Stacking Toolbars

Dragging the toolbars just swaps their horizontal position, they don't slide underneath each other.

Is this possible? Cheers!

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thats not possible, What is possible though, is have the quick lauch, address bar and the media toolbar in one row, and the top row for task bar

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