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Windows 7: Confusion!

26 Aug 2010   #1
Digital7

WIN 7 x64
 
 
Confusion!

difference between windows and x Windows Dock

it might be dumb but i have been able to download 2 diff application one from aqua soft and some other third party site...

one Labled XWindows Dock version 5.6
second labled xwdock2.02beta

i want to be able to use this...skins...
Browsing XWindows Dock on deviantART

with stack dockets...

so if anyone can clarify that for me would be gr8!



Thanks!


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27 Aug 2010   #2
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XWindows dock is a docking program, though not such widely used . I have tried it once , but it is not that user friendly . If you really want to apply a dock, the best way is to use ObjectDock freeware , which supports the largest customization scope .

The second option is RocketDock . That is also widely used, but a little bit difficult to customize that Objectdock.

If you plan to use any of the docks, I can guide you how to customize it , at your will . Sorry that I have no much experience with XWD

The automatic third choice is RK-Launcher .
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27 Aug 2010   #3
Digital7

WIN 7 x64
 
 

Object dock lets u add stacks?
also does it shows the correct indicators or programs that are open? if u use it can u post ss with indicator with diff color then black :/ b/c mine rocketdock does that right now! only shows black indecator even through real skin supose to have pink or red indicator...

also can u have object dock minimize the open windows on that insted of taskbar?

and yes guide would be gr8!
Thanks!
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27 Aug 2010   #4
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OD adds stacks, and indicators (it is to be placed separately) . See at sshot :
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And it can include not only mininized icons, but also systray ... see the options
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