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Windows 7: Possible to get Stacks Docklet to be vertical instead of tilted?

08 Oct 2012   #1

Win 7 Ult. 64-bit
 
 
Possible to get Stacks Docklet to be vertical instead of tilted?

I use Rocketdock , I don't like the way that Stacks Docklet makes the flyout menu lean to the right. Is there anyway to get it to be vertical instead?

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19 Oct 2012   #2

7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BlackThought View Post
I use Rocketdock , I don't like the way that Stacks Docklet makes the flyout menu lean to the right. Is there anyway to get it to be vertical instead?

Splinter allows for an "unlimited" "type" of different "stacks". They are called spli-stacks and and are the natural evolution of stacking, removing the restrictions that must come with "standard" docks.


There are four spli-stacks in this image. A 22 splicon social media stack, 4 splicon ms office stack, 3 splicon browser stack, and a 5 splicon user folder stack. See how the animate in the video below the image.






Elegant Edition Splinter (every page has multiple spli-stacks)
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