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DockExtender 2.0
May 06, 2002 10:47PM
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DockExtender™ allows you to minimize dock clutter by allowing you to create DockExtender™ Menus that fit right into the dock or quickly access them through a menu bar tool.. These menus contain lists of programs that are completely configurable by you. This greatly enhances the clean look of the dock, and improves speed and usability of the dock. The DockExtender menu bar tool also allows you to create multiple docks on your system and switch between them easily. Configuration takes place through the system preferences application right beside all other user preference settings.

Fully registered users now have access to ten DockExtender configurable menus
GUI is now completely redesigned
Created DockExtender menu bar tool that gives:
Quick access to the DockExtender preferences window
Quick access to register DockExtender
Quick access to any DockExtender menu that you have configured
All DockExtender menu entries in the menubar tool show their icons
MultiDock support for multiple Docks
Access to each Docks preferences
Unique naming for each of your Docks
Got those annoying white icons when you rebooted? Just restart the Dock with the "Restart Dock" option and they'll go away!

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