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Description: MacOSX Toolbar Clone
Download: macdock.lha
Version: 52.4
Date: 29 Dec 2007
Category: utility/docky
FileID: 3302
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Comment by: TSK ( 26 Feb 2012, 17:29File version: 52.4
Or add its effects into AmiDock ?
Comment by: Ami603 ( 25 Feb 2012, 20:23File version: 52.4
Hello Petrol, i want to update it but haven't got the time to do it yet.Please be patient.
Comment by: Petrol ( 24 Feb 2012, 09:09File version: 52.4

Are you planning to update this docky?
Comment by: Petrol ( 16 Jul 2011, 06:48File version: 52.4

Any news for these great dockie?
Comment by: TSK ( 01 Jan 2008, 19:03File version: 52.4
Where's reflections ? ;-) Can you make it a standalone program as full AmiDock
replacement ?
Comment by: Tuxedo ( 31 Dec 2007, 21:17File version: 52.4
Another thing:
No drag and drop...was possible to implement it on MacDock?
Comment by: Tuxedo ( 30 Dec 2007, 17:59File version: 52.4
Ok now I'm testing it for some time...
Two thingd I thinki it lacks:

1 - some prefs on zooming speed and size
2 - I found really usefull the right click "show original" and
"Info" on icons on AmiDock, so it's simple to do it on MacDoc too?

Soon I'll upload a italan catalog for prefs program :)
And realted to it...Why dont call MacDockPrefs it? DockPrefs was too generic and
maybe confusing...no?


Comment by: spotUP ( 30 Dec 2007, 14:45File version: 52.4
Ami603: Wow, what a nice surprize! No crashes here, so far. 16 bit support
please! :)
PEB: Nice idea, me likes!
Comment by: PEB ( 30 Dec 2007, 03:41File version: 52.4
Very cool docky!

How difficult would it be to get macdock to do the opposite, that is, display a
small version of a large icon (say 76x76), then when the mouse goes over the
small version, the normal size is displayed? (That way the large version can
look smoother and not pixelated.)
Comment by: Nubechecorre ( 30 Dec 2007, 00:03File version: 52.4
Thanks for this docky !! :-)
Comment by: Ami603 ( 29 Dec 2007, 23:45File version: 52.4
BTW, what, no screenshots yet? please guys... ;)
Comment by: Ami603 ( 29 Dec 2007, 23:42File version: 52.4

Regarding the first bug it's a side effect of amidock registration process, it
currently limits the docky size to 1000 pixels wide.Since each icon is 46 pixels
wide you can make the maths ;)

As for the cpu usage, i may need to do it in a different way since amidock is
always updating the gfx even when no notifications are being received.

Fixing those two plus the masking in screens below 32bits are planned,the
crashes happen for several others but haven't found a cause for this, so please
report to me via email with crashlogs,machine configuration, etc.

Thanks for your time ;)
Comment by: Tuxedo ( 29 Dec 2007, 21:26File version: 52.4
REALLY good wok!
Not so stable but relly nice to see :)
I tested it on A1SE 512MB Radeon 9250 (OS4 final)
Comment by: cap ( 29 Dec 2007, 21:16File version: 52.4
I also get a dsi error when i switch to the mac dock which then continues.
Comment by: cap ( 29 Dec 2007, 21:13File version: 52.4
It works nicely here until i try to remove it.
I get a yellow guru then lockup.
I can remove by renaming the mac docky,
Comment by: Petrol ( 29 Dec 2007, 20:03File version: 52.4
Very good Job!
Comment by: HunoPPC ( 29 Dec 2007, 19:13File version: 52.4
Very good job
On my system I found 2 bugs
The first: Icons (items)are limited to 21, 22 items the docky is empty ;o)
Second, the docky consumes 67% of CPU (I have a G4)
Thanks again for this work
AmigaOne Rulez
Bye HunoPPC

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