First of all it might be worth mentioning that I moved my taskbar to the bottom of the screen instead of the left side.
Let's say that I am currently running an application like firefox. If I try to use the taskbar (dock is the Ubuntu term I think?) and I click slightly below the icon, it turns into drag mode instead of just maximizing/minimizing the application window that I clicked on.
Why is this? Is there a way to turn this feature off?
With this system I have to be so conscious every time I use the taskbar of where my cursor is at the time of clicking, whereas in Windows 10 if you click on/slightly below the application icon in the taskbar, it will always minimize/maximize the app. Is there some way to make the taskbar function in the same way it does on Windows?
But it gets worse. If I start dragging the taskbar icon, it will ALWAYS drag the icon if I click on it a second time, even though I just did a simple left click on the icon. I can't figure out for the life of me what it is expecting me to do? Unless I just close the application and restart it, I can't use the taskbar at all to minimize/maximize. It will always just keep dragging the icon instead of just maximizing the app.