Widgets | Dockyard Widget 1.0
Author: Belkadan Software
Date: 06/12/2006 06:56 PM
Size: 296 KB
Requires: OS X 10.4
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If you have not used Dockyard before, you will start with a single dock named "Default," which contains the current contents of your Dock. To add another Dock, flip the widget over by clicking the small Info (i) button in the lower-right corner of the widget. Then type in a name, choose which items you would like it to have (from the Dock and Dashboard menus), and click "add". Now you should have two separate dock configurations! To switch between them, flip the widget back to the front and click on the name of the dock you want. It's that easy!
If you ever get tired of a certain dock, flip the widget back to the preferences side, choose the Dock you want to get rid of, and click "delete". Watch out, this cannot be undone! Renaming works in the same way, except you need to type the new name into the "Dock Name:" field before clicking "rename".
You may simply download and install it like any other widget. It should automatically be installed by the Dashboard. However, you must first remove any version of the Dockyard menu extra prior to version 1.6. You may continue using the menu extra with the Dockyard widget, as long as it is version 1.6 or later. The widget will run on any system with the Dashboard, that is, Mac OS X v10.4 or later.
Dockyard comes in three forms: Dockyard Menu Extra, which appears in your menu bar, this widget, and a normal application, Dockyard Manager, which allows finer control over your docks. All three programs were created with Apple's Cocoa API, using the Objective C programming language.
OS X 10.4
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