Increase Number of Items in Jump Lists

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  1. Posts : 114
    Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit
       #31

    kconover said:
    One other thing that was in JumpLists in 8.1 and missing in 10: ability to drag-and-drop to sort your jumplist items. I can't do that any more and I miss it terribly.
    Yes! I miss that also! :)
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  2. Wrz
    Posts : 2
    Windows 10
       #32

    This is very annoying for me ever since upgrading to 10. These new XAML jumplists are horrible and like everything else Metrofied or new its minimalist with existing functionality not ported over. I wish they'd just let us enable the old GDI / DirectUI jumplists using a special registry key like the ones that lets us show the old calendar/clock and old volume control.

    If you are an Insider and are on an insider build please upvote this feedback: Windows-Feedback:?contextid=215&feedbackid=5cd8e6f1-0be7-4429-8f1a-7b4c591bce5d&form=1&src=2

    You can access that feedback in Insider builds from Run, or pasting it in Explorer address bar and pressing enter. It's the most upvoted feedback item related to allowing jumplist item customization.

    If you are not on an insider build then that link will not work. If you're not an Insider, please instead go to the Desktop --> Taskbar section of the Windows Feedback "app" and upvote feedback items pertinent to this. Or add one if there isn't any existing.

    Aside from the feedback on Aero Glass, Microsoft does seem to listen to highly upvoted feedback items. Though sometimes they misinterpret things and make things worse. So its important that there be a lot of upvotes on feedback like the one above to tell Microsoft we want this functionality returned.
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  3. Posts : 7
    Win 10/8.1
       #33

    Just posted this issue via Windows Feedback. Please upvote it!
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  4. Posts : 975
    Microsoft Windows 10 Home
       #34

    Hi Guys. I think I found the magic value! Procmon is your friend!!! I let it run while a created a new textfile to be the most recent item on my Notepad jumplist. In Procmon, filtering for paths containing "JumpListItems" show the following:

    RuntimeBroker.exe RegQueryValue HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced\JumpListItems_Maximum NAME NOT FOUND

    That certainly looked promising. And indeed, here is my jumplist without the value:

    Increase Number of Items in Jump Lists-screenshot-37-.png

    And here it is with JumpListItems_Maximum created as a DWORD & set to 0x20:

    Increase Number of Items in Jump Lists-screenshot-38-.png

    Have fun!!!
    Keith
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  5. Posts : 114
    Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit
       #35

    KeithM said:
    Hi Guys. I think I found the magic value! Procmon is your friend!!! I let it run while a created a new textfile to be the most recent item on my Notepad jumplist. In Procmon, filtering for paths containing "JumpListItems" show the following:

    RuntimeBroker.exe RegQueryValue HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced\JumpListItems_Maximum NAME NOT FOUND

    That certainly looked promising. And indeed, here is my jumplist without the value:

    Increase Number of Items in Jump Lists-screenshot-37-.png

    And here it is with JumpListItems_Maximum created as a DWORD & set to 0x20:

    Increase Number of Items in Jump Lists-screenshot-38-.png

    Have fun!!!
    Keith
    Problem is, the new items are all under 'Recent'-you still can't pin any extra items. (That I've found, anyway)
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  6. Posts : 28
    Windows 10
       #36

    KeithM said:
    Hi Guys. I think I found the magic value! Procmon is your friend!!! I let it run while a created a new textfile to be the most recent item on my Notepad jumplist. In Procmon, filtering for paths containing "JumpListItems" show the following:

    RuntimeBroker.exe RegQueryValue HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced\JumpListItems_Maximum NAME NOT FOUND

    That certainly looked promising. And indeed, here is my jumplist without the value:

    Increase Number of Items in Jump Lists-screenshot-37-.png

    And here it is with JumpListItems_Maximum created as a DWORD & set to 0x20:

    Increase Number of Items in Jump Lists-screenshot-38-.png

    Have fun!!!
    Keith
    Keith, you did it!!! This works. And this does regulate the maximum sum of recent items + pinned items. I had to play with both JumpListItems_Maximum and Start_JumpListItems to get the jumplists just right. Note that I am on Insider Build 11082 where the jumplists look slightly different and the start menu 512 app bug has been fixed.
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  7. Posts : 975
    Microsoft Windows 10 Home
       #37

    So what values gave you the layout you wanted??? I don't use jump lists much because the font size can't be adjusted -- low vision here. But others obviously want more control.

    Keith
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  8. Posts : 28
    Windows 10
       #38

    KeithM said:
    So what values gave you the layout you wanted??? I don't use jump lists much because the font size can't be adjusted -- low vision here. But others obviously want more control.

    Keith
    I set both to 15, which oddly gives me 19 items per jumplist.
    Last edited by unkellsam; 09 Jan 2016 at 15:49.
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  9. Posts : 114
    Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit
       #39

    unkellsam said:
    I set both to 20, which oddly gives me 19 items per jumplist.

    Where are both those values in the registry? Or do they both have to be manually added?
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  10. Posts : 28
    Windows 10
       #40

    robertwnielsen said:
    Where are both those values in the registry? Or do they both have to be manually added?
    They are under HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced\

    Start_JumpListItems should be there, JumpListItems_Maximum ​needs to be manually added as a DWORD.
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