Roger Snyder
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Rsnyder6 tipped on 24 Oct 2009
I love the light footprint and speed. This is particularity useful for less powerful machines.

I used Dock Doder ( ) to hide the dock icon (it removed it from the command-tab switching menu (whatever that is called) also.
[Version 2.5.1]

rsnyder6 tipped on 20 Nov 2008
Worked well for me after I modified the button codes to work under Tiger. To launch a program (Quicktime for example), I had to change the button code in two ways. First, for some reason the Spotlight modifier "name:" didn't work for me, so I just deleted it. (I think enclosing the search term in quotes does the same thing.

Second, if you are running Tiger (10.4), Spotlight wants a Command-Return to run the application. So you need to change "r" to "xFEE9rFEE9" (no quotation marks).

Similar changes to the launch Keynote button, or any new one you add. (There is a page of keycodes at .)

Other than that I like the app it everything else worked first time.

[Version 1.0]


rsnyder6 reviewed on 03 Dec 2003
Apple should buy the code and put it in iPhoto. Saved me 178 megs in duplicate photos, and megs of thumbnails.

The only concern was I wasn't sure at first what "Remove All Originals" ment.

Very helpful program.
[Version 2.1.5]

rsnyder6 commented on 19 Nov 2003
You can use this software to stream music over the Internet to any software player that supports MP3 streaming.

You don't need any extra hardware.
[Version 5.0]

rsnyder6 commented on 11 Oct 2003
Works well for me. A preference panel or not really doesn't make much difference to me.

Seems very stable.

[Version 3.0]

rsnyder6 commented on 30 Jun 2003
Works fine and does what I need it to. There area couple other programs that are similar, but this one does what I want (contacts, events from Entourage, weather, though it does more).
Seems to work flawlessly. I was a little confused about dowloading and exporting vs. syncing, but that is straighten out.
Just sent in my shareware payment.
[Version 1.9.1]

rsnyder6 commented on 13 Mar 2003
Different people may find different ways of doing things that work best for them. I find DockExtender works best for me (and I've tried a number of them).

I still do keep an applications folder in the dock, and I'm trying F10 (to supplement, not replace), but for my most often used programs, DockExtender works quickly and easily.

I have recommended it to others.
[Version 3.0.3]

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