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 File comments for:  Utility » Docky » winbar-docky.lha

Winbar-docky

Description: Windows bar docky
Download: winbar-docky.lha
Version: 50.14
Date: 08 Mar 2011
Category: utility/docky
FileID: 6271
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Comment by: jaokim (85.24.170.227)At: 20 Aug 2009, 10:32File version: 50.9
Its very nice, but I really like to hide drawer windows, so only programs are shown. Is that possible?
 
 
Comment by: CentaurZ (93.3.162.177)At: 28 Feb 2009, 15:10File version: 50.4
@Cool_amigaN and MacGyverPPC
Crashlog, please! ;-)
 
 
Comment by: Cool_amigaN (92.118.235.130)At: 22 Feb 2009, 09:49File version: 50.4
Hello! Here, after sam boots I also get dsi error. But because I have Wet running at startup, when skipping those errors, winbar docky shows only one line (that wet) and stops working (doesn't show anything else as long it's open)
 
 
Comment by: MacGyverPPC (151.59.133.202)At: 21 Feb 2009, 07:15File version: 50.4
SAM after boot DSI error,i ignore and ok! :(
Only after boot have error.
 
 
Comment by: orginAt: 21 Feb 2009, 06:50File version: 50.4
Works perfectly now!

Thanks, this was much needed :)
 
 
Comment by: CentaurZ (87.88.94.182)At: 08 Feb 2009, 17:55File version: 50.3
@nubechorre
It is a docky, so yes it requires Amidock. But it is a standalone one, so you
can drop it wherever you want on a dock.

@GChris
This is automatic but you have to increase the max number of columns in the
preferences (use the RMB on the docky to reach the context menu). If you tick
"Auto-enlarge", the docky width will increase as needed, otherwise the docky
will be split in 2, 3, etc... However, this is only for horizontal docks. For
vertical docks, the size increases or decreases in height up to the number of
lines configured in the prefs. When the max. number of columns is reached,
scrolling is activated.
 
 
Comment by: GChris (91.85.207.114)At: 08 Feb 2009, 17:14File version: 50.3
One of the snapshots shows a double width Winbar docky. How is this achieved?
 
 
Comment by: nubechecorre (151.21.187.85)At: 08 Feb 2009, 17:05File version: 50.3
Is it a standalone program or it requires amidock ?
 
 
Comment by: CentaurZ (87.88.94.182)At: 08 Feb 2009, 16:45File version: 50.3
Actually, the docky even doesn't use AISS (though it could be used e.g. to add
small window icons), but I forgot to remove some test code, will be fixed in the



next version.
 
 
Comment by: orginAt: 08 Feb 2009, 14:47File version: 50.3
Hello. It requires tbimages: , you'll need to remove that requirement if it's an
openamiga.org project or it can't be shipped with os4 due to the aiss license
that does not allow aiss to be shipped with commercial software (that os4 is).

I tried to just assign tbimages: to ram: but I just get this output from
amidock:

Winbar.docky Error 
Not enough memory!


This is on a freshly booted A1 XE with 1Gb memory. 840Mb free memory.
 
 

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