Anybody who doesn't mind phone-home apps is welcome to use this addon, so at least my efforts weren't a total waste of time. But be advised that I will NOT be maintaining/updating this pack until such time as the author removes that intrusive feature and I consider it good enough to run on my own personal box.
DEATH TO SOFTWARE THAT PHONES HOME GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[UPDATE] Thanks to a trick discovered by my super sleuth 5eraph, I have tweaked the lastest version of this pack with a shortcut parameter suggested on the authors forum that will disable the program from phoning home on startup. Please note that this will only work if you start the program from the shortcut in Programs/Desktop and will not work if you have manually configured the software post-install to start with "CurrentVersion\Run".
Also, please note that I do NOT configure any of my addons to autostart at system boot because some of us (me) like to control our startup programs by using 3rd party startup timer utilities such as Startup Delayer, so if you choose to use the "CurrentVersion\Run" method it will be your own responsibility to sort out the phoning home issue. For what it's worth, I have made a formal request to the auther that he disable the auto-update on start in future versions, but he has not replied as yet.
Taskbar Shuffle v2.2
SIZE: 357 KB
Description: Rearrange Windows taskbar buttons by drag and drop
Op System: Windows 2000, XP Home, XP Pro & 2003 (x86 only)
Title: Taskbar Shuffle
Installs to: "%programfiles%\Desktop\TbarShuffle"
Uninstaller: Removes progam files, shortcuts and personal settings
About Taskbar Shuffle
No hotkeys, no extra steps, just rearrange the buttons on your Windows taskbar by dragging and dropping them. Allows you to rearrange your system tray icons by dragging and dropping as well (but that does require a hotkey).
No need to get all nervous when an application crashes or if you need to reboot; you can reorder your programs exactly as they were anytime by just dragging and dropping them directly within your Windows taskbar!
[Edit 2007/07/02] Minor tweak to inf file to standardise my uninstallation code. Change of addon naming convention
[Edit 2007/07/05] Rewrote uninstaller to add an removal prompt
[Edit 2007/07/06] Minor bug fix to hide taskkill CMD window during removal. Big thanks to Kel for the tweak.
[Edit 2007/07/27] Updated uninstaller to work with XP Home
[Edit 2007/07/29] Rebuilt optional components section
[Edit 2007/08/04] Fixed entries.ini, optimised some stuff in the inf file and added -noupdate parameter to shortcut (Big thanks to 5eraph for the tip!!!)