ObjectDock can also automatically hide itself when not in use and will reappear when you move your mouse to its position. You may want to check out more software, such as ObjectDock Plus, Rocket Dock or Standalone Stack, which might be similar to ObjectDock. Objectdock Docklets StackDocklet2.0 Stack.png. And the ' Open folder ' icon has to be renamed ' Open' objectdock Docklets StackDocklet2.0 Open.png. Hope you managed to skin the Stack Docklet prebeta 2.0 ( if this was your case ) lukenlow Comment #9 Wednesday, August 22, 2018 8:15 AM You did a very cool job!
Stacks Docklet 2.0 Warning: this is a pre-beta release. It may contain missing options / missing features / errors / memory leaks / etc. Bug reports will be taken into account as long as they aren't RocketDock/RkLauncher/bad-shortcut-overlay-removal bugs. Feature requests will be silently ignored until beta release.
Download: You have two alternatives: • will download last version and do all the hard work. • for manual installation (current version: 2009-04-02) Big thanks go to schmrom and for providing this wonderful file hosting service.
Stuff: - If you use AveDesk or whatever and can't access settings, now you can Alt+click the docklet to access settings. - Doesn't crash when clicking an image now (maybe solves problem with crashing shortcuts and other crashing stuff too, I wasn't able to reproduce them because those worked right here). - I'm now handling icons a bit different, they may not work with your icons. If this is the case, please PM those icons to me so I can test them. If they are inside an executable or.dll use Resource Hacker. If you dunno how to extract the icon or where is it, just post a screenshot of it (both how it looks in your Explorer and how it looks in stack). - No reflective mode yet, please wait until Advanced options are implemented ( done) Enjoy.
To-do list: - Write TweakStacks with option to enable/disable tweaks such as reflective mode. Implement Advanced section. - Check what's going on with Vista 256x256 'png' icons in XP, and if LoadImage works with them under Windows 7. I'm rendering icons the hard way.
Needs some finishing touchs yet, specially under Windows 7 64-bit (someone has a resource extractor code for 64 bit libs under 32 bit?) - Implement drag and drop ( to be able to drop files into the stack ( done), and to be able to drag a file from the stack into somewhere else). (*) will be available in next prebeta release. History - Trim too-long names in grid view ( done). - Set minimum icon size in grid view to 48 ( done). - Try changing TGridSettings.horz_spacing to fixed values and use different icon_size ranges, for e.g.
48.64 -> horz_spacing = 64; 64.96 -> horz_spacing = 32; 128 -> horz_spacing = 0; ( done) - Implement grid name expand on hover (Stacks Library) ( done). - Implement show Open Folder /%d more items icon (Stacks Library -> special_last_item:BOOL property) ( done) - Implement drag and drop ( to be able to drop files into the stack ( done). Note: I'm publishing this as a new thread per Panta recommendation. I'd have done it this way, anyway, as Stacks Docklet 2.0 is a complete rewrite from scratch. Ok it's not working so far with Object dock 1.9 build 536 (latest) Here's a log of what happens. Followed the instructions word for word on the readme.
Right click near the dock to add the docklet and clicked add stackdocklet 2.0 Can see where the new dock is on mouse hover because it says stack docklet 2.0. But it has no icon with it. So I right click the new stack and click 'properties' but after clicking properties nothing comes up and my dock completely freezes which requires me to restart the dock via taskmanager. Running XP SP2 Dock is set to optimize memory and has low image quality. Oldest version of stack docklet is working well on my dock currently and it is combined with chrisn'soft's standalone stack. Update Ok matonga here's the deal. I just read kamil's post and I was curious as to why his worked but mine didn't, so I started changing options on objectdock and it worked with the first thing I did.