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Old 07-20-09, 09:27 PM   #13
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You mean you want it like Apple's Dock where the folder opens in the menu?
Yea I guess so. I just want when I click on a folder on the dock where it displays a menu like in my screenshot.

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Old 07-21-09, 08:39 AM   #14
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Object dock plus does install a 64bit version. I am running it now . I haven't tried it in Win7 x64 though. I probably won't till I install Win7 when it hits technet
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Old 07-21-09, 11:20 AM   #15
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Sorry I haven't gotten back to you Betterdan, I got sidetracked with other stuff.
Will try and get you some intel this afternoon.
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Yea I guess so. I just want when I click on a folder on the dock where it displays a menu like in my screenshot.

looks like theres a perfect dock at the bottom too! see it? I'm pretty sure it's built into windows, man thats convenient!
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Old 07-23-09, 06:31 AM   #17
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looks like theres a perfect dock at the bottom too! see it? I'm pretty sure it's built into windows, man thats convenient!
Problem is, that you can't drag folders to the built in "perfect dock at the bottom" and have them show up there. You only get the option to pin to Windows Explorer. You can of course make a toolbar for a folder on the "perfect dock at the bottom" like I had before but it looks like warmed over crap because it doesn't show an icon, it shows the name of the folder instead, thus why I was looking for something different. Plus having a "perfect dock at the top" gives me more room for more icons that are easily accessible.

Here is what it looked like with the toolbars on the "perfect dock at the bottom". It takes up too much room and looks like Gib's ass after a good pounding (that is bad)

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