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DockExtender 3.0 Beta 2
Oct 02, 2002 03:20PM
Contributed by: mklahn
Download: 1.6 MB Disk Image

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.

Bugs fixed from version 3.0 Beta 1:

- Docklings are not put into the user's Library/Application Support folder and now always load properly
- Performance improvement in filename extension removal code which speeds up displaying all menus
- Empty submenus will now have menu items correctly created in Docklings
- Filenames that have periods ('.') in them are now truncated properly everywhere
- Synchronization of menu bar item and docklings when any changes are made in the preference pane removed to improve stability and performance
- Icons can now be set properly
- Menu names can now be set properly
- Folder submenus now show the folder name and not the full pathname
- Bug in Dynamic Submenus that caused items to be lost is now fixed
- Disabled the dragging of a dockling into it's own image well, which would change the icon improperly
- MultiDock configuration saving improved so you don't lose added Dock items

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