DockView
DockView
2.1.6

3.2

DockView free download for Mac

DockView2.1.6

08 January 2014

View previews of applications from the Dock.

Overview

DockView extends OS X’s Dock and shows window previews whenever you hover your mouse over an application or while using Cmd+Tab. It helps you visualise the windows you currently have open and easily find the window you are looking for.

Features:

  • Activate windows. Click anywhere on a preview to activate the window.
  • Close windows. You can use DockView to easily close windows.
  • Live previews. The previews refresh constantly so you can keep an eye on windows without activating them.
  • Dock Badges. DockView can show dock badges with the number of windows open.
  • Customizable. The previews can be any size you want.
  • No hacks. DockView doesn't modify the Dock or any system file.

DockView is free to download and try, but the full application is available using an in-app purchase.

What's new in DockView

Version 2.1.6:
  • Fixed a bug which sometimes caused DockView to become unresponsive.

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68 Reviews of DockView

Kapeli
12 October 2010
Version: 1.46

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MARKOEKV: If you have any complaints about DockView (bug reports, feature requests) please contact me or post here. Otherwise, please do not include me in the conversation. I have better things to do than feed the trolls.
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Vksvicky
27 March 2014
Version: 2.1.6
Its quite unfortunate that such a wonderful app has been abandoned by the developer. DockView has been discontinued due to low demand!
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hwgray
08 January 2014
Version: 2.1.6
What is up with people who use stars in negative *comments* instead of only in reviews? "The app works like a charm and I would give it five stars, but the developer has pissed me off and hurt my feelings. So, I'm only going to give his app a half-star to punish him!" Reviews and stars are meant to be about the apps. If you have some pet peeve or personal bitch with the dev, then put that mess into a *comment*. You know. Like what I'm doing here. That's why MU has set its pages up the way that it has. It's really easy to make the distinction.
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Quantumpanda
21 December 2013
Version: 2.1.5
I'm having difficulty finding out just what exactly is the difference between the free and paid versions. Yes, I know I could download it to find out, but I don't like doing that with App Store apps because of the way the App Store works. So, is the free version a demo (time or usage-limited)? Or is it feature-limited compared to the full version? If so, what features are in the free version, and which ones do you have to pay for? If it is a demo, MU should change this listing to reflect that.
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iTruth
21 December 2013
Version: 2.1.4
Thanks for fixing the Mavericks issues. I had to stop using this for a while. I was using HyperDock but I find it inferior to DockView.
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Rochade
04 November 2013
Version: 2.1.3
I too loved DockView 1 and so I purchased V2 to support the developer only to find out it doesn't work with Bartender installed. After I paid for the app and installed it, I just got a notification that it simply doesn't work when running Bartender and I have to quit it. Would be great if I would have found this info BEFORE I purchased and installed the app! So, I have quitted Bartender and guess what: even then DockView hangs. Seems I have just purchased an app that simply doesn't work. I know, the dev already knows about the problem and is working on it but this is not the point here. If the app will be fixed in a short time I will of course adjust my rating as this rating is not about the app itself - as I can't run it - but the above lack of communication.
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Anon-Bud
26 October 2013
Version: 2.1.3
Yet another app gone the way of the Mac App Store! Long time user of DockView, but now no more. Version 1.x does not work with Mavericks, so the only way to go if I still want this functionality is to purchase Version 2 through the MAS, something I refuse to do! So long. Too bad, as it is a good app otherwise. Five stars altogether, minus 4 for their sales policy vis a vis loyal customers.
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Neo979
26 October 2013
Version: 2.1.3
Is anyone else not able to get DockView working on Mavericks? It just crashes on launch. Yes, I went into System Preferences->Accessibility and granted access to DockView.
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4.5
Noivad
18 October 2013
Version: 2.1.3
I am still trying the demo of DockView, and I will probably purchase it based on my limited experience with this GUI enhancement. The main reason is that I use command-tab all the time, but in stock OS X, if a window is minimized it does not come up when I switch to the app, even if there is only one window. I can understand the programmer’s logical behind this: you might not always want a window that is minimized to pop-up, but in practical use, an option to switch to a window would be nice. With DockView, I can hit command-1 (or cmd-2, cmd-3, etc.) and open/undock the first window or any other window minimized. This means it is just a fraction faster than the stock OS, and for those of you familiar with me, I strive to maximize efficiency: every click counts. DockView accomplishes this and rids me of the regular irritation of switching to an app via keyboard shortcut and then realizing it is minimized and then having to click on the dock icon. I realize there are gestures but this fits my workflow that much better, and for that it reason alone it is worth the $8. Bottom Line: Recommended. (Try out the demo first to see if it increases your efficiency.)
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3.5
sambear1965
03 October 2013
Version: 2.1.3
The pictures on MacUpdate need to be updated as the latest version doesn't look the same, the window spacing is huge by comparison and the window label is now above the dock icon.
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iTruth
22 August 2013
Version: 2.1.3
This new version of DockView is outstanding. The previous version was nowhere near as good. I just replaced HyperDock with this. I find DockView's previews more visually pleasing but that is subjective. Your milage may vary. So far this is running great, no complaints. Will... maybe there is just one... This needs to be labeled trialware and not "Free" so as not to appear to mislead people.
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0.5
Neal
21 August 2013
Version: 2.1.3
When it first launches it states it is not a free app and you have to purchase.
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Phiddlestyx
15 July 2013
Version: 2.1.2
There appears to be a memory-related problem with this version. Using activity monitor, I see that DockView is using 300% of the CPU. I'm using a 2011 MacBookAir with a 60GB internal drive and 2GB RAM. (It was an inexpensive closeout). Within minutes of rebooting with DockView enabled, I get system-generated warnings that my machine has no available application memory, and everything slows to a crawl. I do not have Bartender installed.
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Cowicide
18 June 2013
Version: 2.1.1
Someone else said: >never really reliable or productive... On the contrary, I've found DockView to be indispensable especially when you work with Spaces. It saves me time that really adds up. I can quickly peek in on things in other Spaces without leaving the space I'm in and without even having to click anything. I can quickly peek in on hidden windows by hovering over a Dock icon without having to unhide and re-hide them and/or move to their Space at all. If I'm downloading an update to Linux with Transmission in a secondary Space, I can just simply hover over it in the Dock and watch its live progress briefly with a click (just hovering). If I want to check to see what email came in, I can simply hover over the Mail icon in the Dock and have the window pop up from another Space to see if it's worth addressing. I keep iChat in another space and can hover over it's icon as well. I use it constantly with Spaces and I wouldn't update to another OS without it. The only issue I've ever had with Dockview is that a bunch of console errors will come up if I'm running SnapzPro, but I think that might be the fault of Snapz, not sure. My experience has been with 1.5.x and using Snow Leopard 10.6.8 and I haven't yet tested it with Mountain Lion. Is there differences in options and performance between using it in those different setups? Or does Dockview 2.x in Mountain Lion work just the same as Dockview 1.5.x in Snow Leopard?
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Sgginc
17 June 2013
Version: 2.1.0
Hyperdock is much better now. Shows window previews all the time. DockView requires all your windows to be opened after it starts-A real pain!!! The old version of DockView was much better,
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aladar
15 June 2013
Version: 2.1.0
I for one will not update to 2.1. Less customization, don't see the resource optimizations either (seems to use more memory than previous version, which may decrease with use but still). Never liked this fremium-type pricing. Previous version just works fine and seems to be a lot better. This developer may have shot himself in the foot with this update.
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Neo979
15 June 2013
Version: 2.1.0
The number one "new feature" is bug fixes and decreased CPU utilization - and yet existing users have to pay 100% of full price? Are you serious?
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Cowicide
07 March 2013
Version: 1.57
I really wish someone would offer the option of showing Safari's tabs as thumbnails in the Dock like you can do with Windows 7 and IE. Whomever offers this I'll switch to it (HyperDock, etc.).
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1.5
VictorPrijker
23 February 2012
Version: 1.55
Parallels 7 windows not showing at all!
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0.5
edruk24
23 December 2011
Version: 1.55
lepszy hyperdock
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Cowicide
17 December 2011
Version: 1.55
There's some sort of conflict with Snapz and DockView. Whenever I hover over a Dock icon and then over the DockView preview image, hundreds of these messages get written to the Console: [0x0-0x11011].com.ambrosiasw.snapz[237] Fri Dec 9 03:25:14 MacBook-Pro-4.local Snapz Pro X[237] : kCGErrorInvalidOperation: _CGSFindSharedWindow: WID 28 This is with latest DockView 1.55 and Latest Snapz Pro X 2.3.2 on Mac OS 10.6.8 with all current updates.
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Cowicide
09 December 2011
Version: 1.55
Found an issue with Snapz Pro 2.3.2 and DockView 1.5.5. When I have a window in another Space and move over the application that harbors the window in the Dock in another space and then highlight the window with the preview image generated by Dockview, (which makes the window preview screenshot show up in my current space) Console repeatedly says "12/8/11 11:20:37 PM [0x0-0x10010].com.ambrosiasw.snapz[236] Thu Dec 8 23:20:37 MacBook-Pro-4.local Snapz Pro X[236] : kCGErrorInvalidOperation: _CGSFindSharedWindow: WID 2319" It's says this over and over again until I stop hovering over the window and the preview image is gone from my current space. Snapz also seems to interfere with DockView in other ways but I'm still investigating that.
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1.5
Macoholic
04 December 2011
Version: 1.55
I works very well for one user on one computer. If however, you have a 2nd user log in on the same computer it does not function at all. I would have appreciated if that limitation was mentioned before I bought it.
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Alan-Preston
03 December 2011
Version: 1.55
DocView is a missing link for OSX Lion. Much better than the way it was originally programmed to show open apps, docs, etc.
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dspiliot
03 December 2011
Version: 1.55
Just bought the app. It works fine when the discrete graphics card is enabled but does NOT work when the integrated card is used. I run an MBP 15" 2011 early with latest Lion. Is there a fix coming for that? If not, I would have appreciated if that limitation was mentioned before buying.
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smallpoxxx
28 November 2011
Version: 1.55
Hmmmmm..... where do i have to put in the reg.code ? I have bought this apps, but i simply can`t figure out to getting it registered, and now the nice little icon is jumping telling me "you are using a trial version"....! Well NO I`m NOT, so be kind telling me where to fill in the reg ???
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Harry Flashman
27 July 2011
Version: 1.55
I don't have Lion installed yet but I was just wondering if anybody knows whether DockView still works or is affected in any way by 10.7?
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kpublik
04 June 2011
Version: 1.55
I've had this for a few days now and love it. It works really well, has been rock-sold stable, and made my life easier. I often have multiple windows per application open across 6 spaces, and while I still love Apple's Exposé, I find that with DocView, I use it a lot less -- Especially since Exposé is limited to the current space, though I guess that will change with "Mission Control" in Lion. Regardless of what what may come with Lion, I still think this is a good buy. I only wish I had discovered it earlier.
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emma-j
31 May 2011
Version: 1.55
I'm so very sorry and probably a jerk for feeling this way. I know you can't (always) judge a book by its cover, but I can't bring myself to buy, install, or even download a "serious" app that has an icon like this.
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qb
31 May 2011
Version: 1.55
I downloaded and tried DockView but it does not do what I desire (unless I am missing it.) I want the following: when I hover or clickthe mouse over the Finder in the Dock I want to see the same folders I have listed in the "Places" of a Finder window. Any plans to add this? thx
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Wts
31 May 2011
Version: 1.55
Why is DockView better than HyperDock ? Do I need both ?
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Timjohns
10 January 2011
Version: 1.54
Simple. Neat. Tidy. A basic feature from Win7 that needs to be in OS.X but is not. This app corrects that nicely.
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Melvindrbk
11 November 2010
Version: 1.53
i like dockview so much, but i think theres a bug while using oovoo, my oovoo was working properly, after i installed dockview its freezing and acting up. i have to force quit it everytime.. are you aware of that bug or not ? can you fix it ?
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Melvindrbk
31 October 2010
Version: 1.53
i just purchased the the app, but i still keep getting the annoying alert, i received an email with the serial numbers, but i cant find the option to type it in . can anyone help me ? i emailed the developer and i have not heard from him yet ...
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Catgo
21 October 2010
Version: 1.52
I just purchased the app a few moments ago. I noticed in the demo video that the person can preview the window in the dock even when the windows are not minimized on the right part of the dock. The only way it works for me is if I minimize the windows so that they rest on the right side of the dock, so in other words, I cannot play a tune in itunes and close the window (red x button) and preview it using dockview. It has to me minimized (yellow -) for it to work. This doesn't make much sense. I bought it so that I would be able to preview my open programs without cluttering my dock. Is this normal or is it a bug?
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Cliffell56
19 October 2010
Version: 1.51
One problem I've encountered that made me shut it down. If you are running FruitMenu you will not be able to access the hierarchical menus in FruitMenu. The content is revealed on each menu item, but it is faded out and not accessible. That's a deal breaker for me, didn't buy it, though it sure looks promising.
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Fishscale
18 October 2010
Version: 1.51
Will DockView 2.0 be a paid upgrade for all users? Users after the 1.5 mark? Thank you, I would like to take advantage of the MU Promo which has it listed on www.macupdate.com as version 1.5, but here the download is already 1.51. Honestly, I am just looking for a yes or no answer which will result in me buying via promo or not. Thanks Kapeli.
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Picco1o
18 October 2010
Version: 1.51
I like the program a lot! One thing though - I cannot register (I feel a bit stupid about that). I would like to make the nag screen to disappear but can't find anything in the prefs....
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Kapeli
18 October 2010
Version: 1.51
Can you email me using the contact form at kapeli.com so we can find a solution? Thanks!
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anonymous-squirrel-4040
18 October 2010
Version: 1.51
It obviously works for some, but not for me. I checked the prefs, even did a restart, but the dock is just the dock. The app does absolutely nothing. Cmd/tab only brings up the finder icon. Created a test user with same results. On MacBook Pro 10.6.4.
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Gfm1958
18 October 2010
Version: 1.51
Been using DockView for a month or two and appreciate the updates/enhancements. I'm not a techie, and I like the user interface...clean/simple. No problems so far. Keep up the good work.
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needgoodscreenname
18 October 2010
Version: 1.51
The nag alert pops up frequently in the trial version, so it was annoying to try it out for even an hour.
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Stevencee
18 October 2010
Version: 1.50
Haven't tried it, but wonder why the screen shot available is so microscopically small? How can someone even get an idea what this program does without being able to see an example of it? I'd suggest making the screen shot enlargeable, or something....
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Bushwhack
17 October 2010
Version: 1.50
I wrote the developer this weekend and I am hoping to get a reply soon, I was just wondering if anyone else was having these issues too. First with Finder I cannot get DockView to preview Finder's windows with TotalFinder installed. I know an update was released, but I still can't get the windows to show. If I am copying a file, the copy dialog is the only thing that previews in the dock with TotalFinder. Also Adium does not show in the preview for DockView either. No contact list, no chat windows, nothing. HyperDock also shows these windows so I wasn't sure if it was a DockView bug or not. HyperDock handles both of these applications really well and I was just wondering if I was the only person to have this issue and if there were plans to fix this in the future or not. I like DockView but these two bugs are show stoppers for me right now but I really want to buy this app and can't until it works right.
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Graphic-Mac
16 October 2010
Version: 1.50
Both DockView and HyperDock are great apps. However, this ridiculous "race to the top of the list" the two developers are playing with these what seems like daily updates simply to be at the top of the MacUpdate page is getting really old. Save the updates to at least once per month unless it addresses a critical error. There hasn't been a really decent feature update to either of these apps in a long while, so these obnoxiously frequent updates are not necessary.
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ishan-1
12 October 2010
Version: 1.47
Both HyperDock and DockView are superb, and it's a real tossup. Using both isn't a bad idea, either, although many (but not all) features overlap. The price is trivial-the equivalent of a single fast food meal. I am glad that both of these developers took the time and considerable effort to make my Macintosh experience that much better; this is why I stay with Apple. Support one or both, it's your choice, but until you can write something better (and I can't), criticize in a constructive way. I paid for DockView, I'll pay for HyperDock (if the price is comparable) and I'll play with both until I decide which best for me. Comments like the one about "free" v a whole $10 are best left in Ars Technica's Battlefront forum.
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Kapeli
12 October 2010
Version: 1.46
MARKOEKV: If you have any complaints about DockView (bug reports, feature requests) please contact me or post here. Otherwise, please do not include me in the conversation. I have better things to do than feed the trolls.
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Markoekv
11 October 2010
Version: 1.45
So, HyperDock is free, this app isn't. I think this comment came from the developer. If that's the case, then YOU can CALL ME YOUR DADDY... Sometimes a software comes out that is so cool that developer don't charge for it, he becomes a hero of Mac community, and we can donate whenever we feel like it, which serious Mac users always do. So, if there's two similar pieces of great software, one free and one you have to pay for - who will be the next hero ?
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iTruth
11 October 2010
Version: 1.45
It is only free while in beta! Afterward HyperDock will cost. Probably the pricing will be the same as DockView but as far as I'm concerned $7.99 is pretty close to being "Free" for a great app like DockView but either way you can't go wrong with either app. It's a matter of personal taste.
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Markoekv
08 October 2010
Version: 1.44
Try HyperDock http://hyperdock.bahoom.de/ it's free
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Anon-Bud
06 October 2010
Version: 1.42
There's no way to buy this without setting up a PayPal account, so those of us who don't like PayPal are out of luck.
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Sfurst
28 September 2010
Version: 1.38
If you like the Windows 7 task bar preview, you will love this application. I can easily get lost among all my open windows by mid-day, especially if I'm in the process of answering multiple Emails at once, while digging for information for my response. This application is clean, quick, with tons of features to allow for customization for even the most picky (like me). Developer is extremely responsive and helpful. At this price it is a no-brainer. My only fear is that Apple will see how great it is and steal the idea.
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Crucial
27 September 2010
Version: 1.37
I was looking for something that would extend the functionality of the Finders Command-Tab application switcher. This does everything that I wanted and more. I have no interest in the dock previews as I keep my dock hidden and use Overflow as a dock replacement. I looked at almost everything out there, and tried Witch and WindowFlow. Both had problems with listing invisible windows, and I disliked the vertical listing with the emphasis on windows and not applications. DockView, has none of the problems that the other apps do. It adds functionality to command-tab without changing the behavior or appearance of command-tab, all it does it add the ability to see / preview application windows and then select them directly. The developer is incredibly responsive and added two small features that I requested in less than 12 hours. My one complaint is that the icons lack polish.
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Wanderer
27 September 2010
Version: 1.37
How can I get that prefs window back? There is no dock icon nor a menu for the application.
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Px9-855
22 September 2010
Version: 1.35
Hi Mr Dev! This is a really good app but… Please take care not to bloat it with strange features. Red or green preview windows?! Whut?! And put me up on ALLANNYHOLM's feature request. I too, don't have either Switché or DockView on the menubar. Menubar estate is very valuable and even the monochrome icons looked a little out of place (big) in comparison. Either way, 9,8 times of ten I too want the preferences window when opening DockView (or Switché). Since I already registered, I could always activate either the menubar or dockicon temporarily to get to the about window. Normally I just hit update… in preferences. ;) Please make DockView greater (not larger)! Thank you!
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Nout72
17 September 2010
Version: 1.28
Great app. Highly configurable. Great price, I bought a license last week. My compliments to the developer. I haven't encountered any bugs yet, apart from the preview of the app Skitch. First you have to set the filter for Skitch manually to 'medium' or 'low' to get a preview, but that's not a problem. Skitch is a single window app and therefore it is weird the preview shows 6 windows, (see screenshot: http://img.skitch.com/20100917-j2p418hpf4tr31kd5b5p9xfqin.jpg) Not a big issue, but still not that elegant.
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allan-nyholm
17 September 2010
Version: 1.28
Dear developer. Can you please get rid of the license window AFTER the registration is already complete? I know that I registered. It just adds to one extra window that needs to be closed, because it opens each time the preferences window opens. You could include it inside the main preferences windows just like with Switché!? Just a suggestion. You can take it or leave it. You might have gotten the same message through your support page. I never got an answer on that one so I'm trying here. Thank you for an otherwise great application.
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kkereta
11 September 2010
Version: 1.23
Nifty idea,but... I had about 5 apps opened, I installed DockView and wanted to try it out At first it just show preview for Safari, but when I went over iTunes icon, Spotify icon etc. no preview So i have to click on the icon which takes me to that app and from then I can have a preview Shouldn't it be somewhat automatic ? or is just a major flaw to me It's not really practical to have to click on the app for it to have a preview Btw. when I click on the preview window it doesn't take me to the app Is it because I use Spaces or? if it gets sorted out I might just buy it ;)
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Charles-Bouldin
05 September 2010
Version: 1.14
This has matured very quickly in the past week. I just bought it. Developer is very responsive to bug fix and feature addition requests. I think this is THE way to add more sophisticated window management to what Apple provides, because it builds on what Apple has, the dock and command-tab switching, rather than reinventing a window management system from scratch. There are still some things to test on this application: I haven't tested it with a dual monitor set up, and there are some questions (TotalFinder for instance) about how it works with specific apps. However, there is an "app exclude" capability that should handle the outlier cases. Especially for $8, this is a great utility.
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Fishscale
05 September 2010
Version: 1.14
Finder windows when running TotalFinder don't show up properly... every other app seems to work great. Nice app overall !
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Rjmorita
04 September 2010
Version: 1.12
A good program that keeps getting better.
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Augustmoon
04 September 2010
Version: 1.12
DockView feels a bit more intuitive than Exposé, since the window previews appear in a place where you can expect to find them - next to the programs dock icon. So it's a nice addition to the desktop tools.
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Djefis
04 September 2010
Version: 1.11
Super!
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Charles-Bouldin
31 August 2010
Version: 1.06
I like the idea a lot, but this is still buggy. I'm not sure, but it doesn't seem to get along well with Desktopple. Also, it is sporadic in showing preview windows for Excel 2008. Finally, a suggestion. It shouldn't add things like the Microsoft Word formatting palette to the wndows list, because that isn't a document. At the very least, that should be an option.
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Julsa1
31 August 2010
Version: 1.06
Look like a nice app, worth buying. Only problem is it doesn't do anything for me. After installing and even restarting my mac nothing happens when I hoover my mouse over an icon in the dock. Only when I have the window of a program open it works. After closing the window of the opened program, Dockview stops working. It only gives me a white empty screen when I hoover over iTunes icon. Same for the cmd ->| command. Tried also version 1.05. Same result ! Any suggestions ?? Is it maybe the use of magic mouse that gives trouble ????
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Larsen2k4
31 August 2010
Version: 1.05
I just bought it ... this is really cool and makes the Snow Leopard Dock feature "minimize to app icon" so much more useful... love it :)
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Drdul
30 August 2010
Version: 1.05
Good idea with lots of promise. I would purchase this if 1) it supported Spaces (currently it only shows previews of windows in the active space) and 2) it offered a choice of appearances for the window preview (I would prefer a darker HUD-like appearance). Also, I would suggest that this would be better as a pref pane, as that way I could run it without the menubar icon but still easily access the prefs.
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Kapeli
30 August 2010
Version: 1.03
It sounds like a memory leak. I'll look into it and post an update ASAP.
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Macsterdam
30 August 2010
Version: 1.03
Wonderful implementation of a great idea. It's really fast, and I love how the previews work when using the dock as well as the command-tab switcher. The one reason I won't be using this. however, is ram use. Within 2 minutes after launching, and having switched only a few programs, DockView was already using 120mb of my RAM. That's way way to much for something a 'small' as this. It really needs to be under 25-35mb for me to use something like this.
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$7.99

3.2

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  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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Fantasktik
Fantasktik
Taskbar app that displays open windows grouped by application.
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HyperSwitch
HyperSwitch
Keyboard-focused window switcher (beta).
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Windownaut
Windownaut
Lightweight window manager.
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