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DockExtender 3.0.5
Jul 24, 2003 11:23AM
Contributed by: codetek
Download: 1.4MB Disk Image

With DockExtender you can organize all of your applications and documents into as many as 10 different menus, all one mouse click or key press away. You have complete control over DockExtender menus; their content and organization are completely up to you. You can organize the menus into separate submenus, put in labeled separators to break up groups of apps, or just load in the contents of a folder. DockExtender gives you the fastest access to all of your applications and documents.

- Fixed problem with installation scripts where installation would fail on certain customized machines
- Fixed problem where submenus were not editable in the Preference Pane
- Fixed crash that occurred when using "Open DockExtender Preferences"
- DockExtender command and the Preference Pane was installed in the user's Home folder
- Fixed problem which made the menus not keyboard navigable
- Fixed problems with docklings being located in the home folder on 10.2.6 by removing the manual installation option.
- Fixed bug where adding a menu to the dock would not automatically reload the menu's contents.
- Fixed a problem with the System Preferences window losing focus when loading DockExtender.

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