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Djchill1 commented on 20 Oct 2010
Absolutely love this app. But I found it so unstable. I think my main problem was that any time I'd move my mouse to my menubar, the dock palette would shoot out automatically, but not in automatically. I'd have to do it myself. Also, I found myself using the relaunch feature in the action list because the dock palette's anchor (rectangular shady spot, normally at the top middle menubar region) would suddenly move to a spot directly above the dock. This is by far the best dock switcher, but I can't use it anymore because it takes so much time to work around it. Have these problems been addressed because I only switched away from Idock about 3 months ago and at that time, it claimed to be up-to-date.

Please, save this wonderful app. Make it more stable, less intrusive.
[Version 12.1]


Djchill1 reviewed on 29 Apr 2010
Ya, this program is free, so thats why I tried it first. It's kinda like a fundamental waste of time and energy.

If you want a second dock, why do you need a seperate space to use it? The dock can hide itself on command people. And if you looking for an effecient way to have multiple docks, THIS ISN'T IT.

It's simple, why make hard to navigate to your stuff by forcing memorization related to spaces. U can already make your mac remember what space to load the program, why go that extra step to actually add the work on ur part as well?

It's a free program because it is 1 star program. No matter how great or stable its features are, its over all fundamental system is COMPLETELY COUNTERPRODUCTIVE.

If your looking for a second dock on another part of your screen, then you want ADOCKX. If you want a number of docks that you can organize and switch to, than u want SWITCHDOCK. They cost money because they are worth it in value. there each 10 bucks.
[Version 3.15]


Djchill1 reviewed on 29 Apr 2010
A Dock out Docks Mac's dock u rip off dockware that only pretends to do what A dock does. It should be called A+ dock because that's the grade I give it. Seriously though, if you want an actual second dock, fully customizable, with every feature of mac's default and then some, and especially NO BLOATING UR SYSTEM, then the 10 bucks is worth it.

As a fair disclaimer to the developer, it could use a grid feature for stacks . I'm no critic and don't want to bite the hand that fed, but I do have ADHD and readling from the hierarchical (unless u can make it with big icons and space) is a pain. I'm not saying everyone else will have this trouble, but everyone else could benefit from the choice to switch to grid.

As, minor stability issues with dragging documents into the icons i.e. folders. I guess that relates to modules, where you can only show volumes and ur trash in that seperate part of the dock, maybe every part of the dock should be like that.

Get it. Forget the rest...unless its dragthing (Kagi plug=Props to KAGI and Jerome)
[Version 1.5.5]

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