pedobear

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About pedobear

  • Birthday 01/01/50
  1. Standalone Stack 2

    This implementation is the first time that Stack Docklet 2.0 has worked for me. Thanks a lot to you and Motonga! Now I'm just waiting for his C++ version that hopefully will not crash every dock program I try it with on Vista.
  2. It's very sleek but it isn't working on my Lenovo ThinkPad T61p, running factory installed Vista Ultimate. I see the volume overlay appear and changing the volume up and down does effect the sound played by the overlay, but it's not effecting external programs. The movie I had playing in the background stayed at the same volume.
  3. One of the usability patterns I've noticed about my Mac at work is that is saves clicks where possible. Context menus are one of the elements where this shows most. On Windows, right-clicking does not bring up a context menu until the mouse button is released. This means that at least several clicks are required for common context menu operations like Copy, Open With, etc. On OS X, context menus open as soon as the mouse is right-clicked. This allows me to hover over the command I want without ever letting go the mouse button, and then execute that command by releasing the mouse button. One click, for even the most nested of context menu options. I suspect that this behavior was designed to compliment the one-button design of most Apple mice. But in any case, now that I've described what I'm talking about, is there any application that would help me mimic this behavior in Windows?
  4. Stacks Docklet 2.0

    You're right... Windows 9X architecture is completely the same as Windows NT architecture. Honestly, what a stupid comment.
  5. Stacks Docklet 2.0

    Doesn't work for me either, Vista Ultimate SP1 32-Bit. Any time I try to add a Stack Docklet 2.0, RocketDock 1.3.5 crashes. When I try to start it back up, it crashes again. When I try to start it up a second time, it tells me it had trouble loading my icons last time it was run and asks whether I want to load the default icons. If I click No, it crashes again. If I click Yes, it starts up fine. Until, of course, I try to add a Stack Docklet 2.0 again, at which point the crashing cycle repeats. I also tried it on ObjectDock 1.9 with similar results. Any time I click New "Stack Docklet 2.0" Docklet, the program crashes. I tried everything I could think of with RocketDock. Compatibility Mode, reinstalling the program (including manually deleting all remnants from the Program Files folder after uninstalling it), nothing works. It can't be UAC because UAC is disabled on this account. It also cannot be my administrative privileges (though I tried Run as Administrator for giggles), because I am using the actual Administrator account. This is happening with both the February 20th and the March 5th builds. Guess I'll have to go back to Stacks Docklet 1.0 for the time being (No, I didn't try running 2.0 without removing 1.0, and my ObjectDock never even had 1.0 installed, actually).