DockShelf 1.2 (Mac OS X) | 5MB
DockShelf lets you place unlimited docks around your desktop so you never run out of space again for your commonly used files, folders and applications!
We've all seen it and you've probably experienced it yourself - a Dock exploding with files and apps which has been shrunk so small you can barely see what anything is anymore.
DockShelf helps you manage the clutter of the Dock by offering another form of "dock shelf" which you can place around any edge of your screen without any restrictions and has more options for customization.
With DockShelf launching your favorite documents and apps is faster and more powerful because you control where your docks are positioned, how many are on screen, how they're labeled and when they're visible.
WHAT'S NEW Version 1.2:
NEW: Dock themes which use a public format and HTML which users can edit (see the manual for more information). Your Macs best companion for launching apps and files.[/url].
NEW: Note items which can be created by dragging text on to a dock or by using the dock info windo to add a new note. The editor is a simple popup window but the file can be opened in any application (see the contextual menu and open item)
NEW: Docks can be grouped for organization by dragging them together.
NEW: Auto hiding replaces the the old static hide/show command.
NEW: Docks and stacks can now accept drags from: Mail, Calendar, Contacts, images, text clippings and URLs from around the web.
NEW: Added sharing menu to the contextual menu for files.
NEW: Contextual menu in stack and folder popup with various commands.
NEW: Dock items can be renamed by choosing "Rename" from the contextual menu.
NEW: Smart folders can be searched for "recent" files (which include newely created, added or modified files)
IMPROVED: The Time Machine meta-volume "MobileBackups" is no longer shown in Device docks.
IMPROVED: Other types of data like: text and images can be dragged on to application items.
IMPROVED: The "Open With" contextual menu shows version numbers of duplicate apps and provides and "Other..." item now.
IMPROVED: Stack popup window behaves like the folder viewer now.
IMPROVED: The confusingly named preference checkbox "Browse folders after delay" has been renamed to "Opening Files" and has more options.
IMPROVED: The dock menu in the status bar now lets you edit docks along with hiding (you can still contextual click to edit a dock).
IMPROVED: Clicking and holding on documents and application items will popup the contextual menu.
IMPROVED. Magnification animation for larger docks is faster and more responsive.
FIXED. Clicking on dock items now encompasses the entire item bounds instead of just the icon so clicking is more accurate. This was the original functionallity but was broken in a previous version by accident.
FIXED: Crash in Process docks which probably appeared sometime around OS 10.8 being used.
FIXED: Item magnifications getting "stuck" on screen after a dock collapsing.
Intel, OS X 10.8 or laterRapidgator