I'm looking for taskbar that works similar to the one found in win7 and it's not unity:) Dockbarx is very close to what I'm looking for but it does not have ungroup option.
Is there any gnome applet (or something?) that works like dockbarx but has the ungroup option?
How does win7 taskbar works:
All open windows are presented as icons. You can add title to these icons but there is no text in default view, just icons - which is fine. You can pin those programs so that they stay on the taskbar even if you close the program. If the program is pinned it behaves like a placeholder for itself.
For example if you would like to open firefox, you just lick on the firefox icon and then it brings the current instance of firefox program or run a new instance if firefox is not running. So if I click on the icon, the program is brought back (if it's running) or it's executed (if it's not running).
Dockbarx works exactly like that except it cannot ungroup windows. Nowadays in the age of webapps lack of this functionality is very big disadvantage. For example I have always opened chrome browser and gmail app (as a chrome app opened on gmail.com) and many other webapps as a chrome apps (command: chrome --app=http://www.example.com). Dockbarx groups them all into one icon because all of those are chrome instances. The author of dockbarx stated plainly that "ungroup" functionality will never be implemented in dockbarx so i ask if there is any gnome applet that works just like dockbarx but has ungroup option.