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Topic # 13950 6-Jun-2007 21:33
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Ok ... i know the last guy who suggested "download this dock" to achieve the above got shot down like a duck in shooting season.

But has someone come up with a "gadget" (i dont mean sidebar gadget, my sidebar is full and i dont want it there anyway) that can make your favourite programmes float on top of your screen and grow when your mouse pointer hovers over ala-MAC OS? Better still in full aero glass?

Ok just wondering ...

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  Reply # 73873 7-Jun-2007 18:27
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I can't brain today. I have the dumb.


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  Reply # 74587 13-Jun-2007 22:21
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Google Object dock.

Made by stardock and i find it much easier to use than RK laucher.

I use that and its free and its awesome! If you want a screenshot feel free to ask.



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  Reply # 74971 17-Jun-2007 22:49
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just got that. apparently just had a new version released. man it was good! highly recommended! thanks!!

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