Icon Pallet
Icon Pallet
2.0.6

2.0

Icon Pallet free download for Mac

Icon Pallet

2.0.6
30 June 2011

App launcher and more.

Overview

Icon Pallet launches programs and documents, and accesses folders with a single click. Stores over 600 programs, files and folders on one pallet. Organize your programs, files and folders on an expandable pallet. Instead of cluttering your OS X Dock and desktop with icons, drag your favorite files and folders to Icon Pallet.
  • Drag an icon of any file, folder or program to a blank square to install the link on Icon Pallet.
  • Drag a document to one of the application icons on Icon Pallet to open the dragged document within that application.
  • Hold the control key down while clicking on an icon on Icon Pallet (or right-click if you have a two-button mouse) to open a document within a folder, or to see menu options for each icon.
  • Hover the mouse over an icon on Icon Pallet to see the file name. Hold the command key down while hovering to see the full path name showing where the original file, folder or program is located.
  • Breathe easier with Icon Pallet holding all your favorite Mac goodies right where you want them, ready to go. With Icon Pallet, you're in control.

What's new in Icon Pallet

Version 2.0.6:

Bug fixes:

  • When you launched the app and selected "Show Original", it would say that the file or folder was not found. It would work after that. Just fail the first time after launch.
  • Dragging an icon from one square to another could intermittently leave a copy of the old icon in it's original location and create a blank folder in the new location.

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5 Icon Pallet Reviews

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Apple-Boy
26 March 2011

Most helpful

No demo, no sale at MU.
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Version 2.0.3
Apple-Boy
26 March 2011
No demo, no sale at MU.
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Version 2.0.3
1 answer(s)
Chilton-Webb
Chilton-Webb
04 May 2011
MacUpdate often grabs app updates without their owner's knowledge. That seems to be increasingly the case here lately.
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bowlerboy-jmb
25 March 2011
Since the Mac OS has always allowed us to make an alias to any application or document or folder or file that we choose, and since we can put all those aliases into nicely organized parent folders and sub-folders to arrange in any way we choose, what is the point of an application like this? I just don't see its value. I'd rather create aliases. They're free, and I have complete control on how I use them, as well as where I put them.
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Version 2.0.3
1 answer(s)
Apple-Boy
Apple-Boy
26 March 2011
This works great! Thank you for your tip.
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Anonymous
19 August 2005
Again, something redone when Drop Drawers has done it better.
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Version 1.0.1
Mark Davis
21 July 2005
I hope this is just a joke?
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Version 1.0
4 answer(s)
Anonymous
Anonymous
23 July 2005
Why do you say that?
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
04 September 2005
He said that because there are other programs that offer the same functions for free and sharewares that do the same & more.
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Version 1.0.2
Anonymous
Anonymous
04 September 2005
And I should have written "cheaper" before "sharewares".. did not see the price first. Effectively, at 20 bucks, it looks like a joke.
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Version 1.0.2
Anonymous
Anonymous
04 September 2005
Not mentioning the Windows Office Suite icons displayed in the screenshot, which makes me doubt of the level of intelligence or experience of the programer, if you consider the fact that a fair number of Mac users (that is potential purchasers) are allergic to anything MS.
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Version 1.0.2
Anonymous
20 July 2005
Just get the super powerful/flexible Dragthing for ten bucks more: http://www.dragthing.com/
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Version 1.0
$4.99

2.0

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  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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