iWork Dock
iWork Dock
1.4

5.0

iWork Dock free download for Mac

iWork Dock

1.4
07 December 2008

Dock app launcher for iWork apps.

Overview

iWork Dock is one application in a series of applications I am making to reduce Dock clutter and use very small applications to take the place of many others. These applications are normally around a 100 kb, and use 0 CPU when they are open and idle. To use them you can right click on the icon in the dock and you will see a custom dock menu listing a series of applications you can launch from there.

Making these applications from the feedback I get takes time, I do this as a hobby. If you enjoy using the software, and would like to see them kept up to date and more, and you would like to donate a few dollars to keep them coming please contact me via email.

This one is specifically for Apple's iWork Application Suite. If you want to see some more of these type please email me and give me an idea of some of the applications you would like to see supported.

Site: http://samsoftware-docks.blogspot.com/ Please post comments and take the poll

What's new in iWork Dock

Version 1.4: Added Update support to the app.

Version 1.3: Added website to menu, please check it out, it has information about custom docks.

Version 1.2: Updated menu items.

3 iWork Dock Reviews

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Me2
04 July 2008

Most helpful

Very nice and good idea. There maybe other ways to develop these, but, on a lazy beautiful July 4th, I appreciate Sam's ability and work. Thank you. Patrick in Denver
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Version 1.1
Xenophile
08 December 2008
An easier alternative that uses zero overhead is to simply fill a folder with application aliases and drag that folder to the dock. It has the added options of opening as a list, fan, or grid, and can be outfitted with a custom icon.
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Version 1.4
1 answer(s)
Samsoftware
Samsoftware
12 December 2008
This was designed for Tiger, that does not have that support.
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Version 1.4
::mile::
06 July 2008
Nice idea, here's one more suggestion (for all the "...Dock" apps) though: It would be better to "hide" the app from showing in the main menu and/or application siwtcher and just have it in the dock...!? If that's possible...kind of like Twitterific does or so...?!
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Version 1.2
1 answer(s)
Samsoftware
Samsoftware
06 July 2008
I have inquired with apple and a few cocoa developers, and the answer I am getting about that is that you cannot have it in the dock and not appear in the application switcher (command tab) or in the menubar, this is unfortunate, because I was hoping to implement that into all of them.
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Version 1.2
Me2
04 July 2008
Very nice and good idea. There maybe other ways to develop these, but, on a lazy beautiful July 4th, I appreciate Sam's ability and work. Thank you. Patrick in Denver
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Version 1.1
Free

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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