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When I loaded this it shut down my rocketdock and will not start it up unless I delete the Stacks docklet 2 out of the docklet file in my main folder! What gives, can someone give me an idea???!!!
Stacks docklet V2 - problem solved... was pertinent to my XP Pro. It works fine under Vista Ultimate 64 bits
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I can't get Stacks docklet V2 to work properly. I want to use it for «My Computer» folder and when I click on an item within it, I get this message:«This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action...»I have no clue what to define in the Folder Options control panel.
To make any Docklet work, right-click on the RocketDock and go to "Add Item".
If i set custom icon for shorcut new Stacks docklet don't take it into account and draws this shortcut with some kind of 'default' icon, not the icon i've setted for this shorcut.What may cause it? And could it be fixed?
i'm using the old version and the standalone version too... i'll try this one today, it looks goodabout the standalone, i use it for musics. it'll be nice if the folder are defined like "music folder" the program auto create something that'll add all the music files to wmp... (i don't know if you got me)and about using it for images... when i click an image it open the image viewer and closes in a few second...
If you are talking about changing the icon box being too small,all you have to do is drag the corner to resize it;just like any other window.But as far as the change folder box, no, you can't resize it.
I have both version 1 and 2 installed.When i go to "add item" the 2 versions appear but with version 1 when i create a shortcut it's openned in the notepad,i searched some help for this and i found the V2 that works great for me.@slipknot178 : I don't understand what you mean by "Also, you can resize that window, you know?And make it bigger?"Did someone try the standalone version? Just'd like some feedback.
The icons shown on my screenshot here are .ico files.If you create shortcuts for your stack you create them with windows and at least for XP you can't use PNG.You can easily convert .png to .ico for free with online converters or with small standalone apps.@vulcano : To change an icon for your shortcut :right click on your icon's shortcut --> properties-->shortcut tab-->change icon.They must be .ico files.
@Stormheart, .ico files are much worse for the dock for quality.PNG is the way to go.And on the original, it also had a hefty delay in getting the icons.And it's easier for the people who don't know how to use their own icons.Also, you can resize that window, you know?And make it bigger?v2 is much more clean and smooth, and I easily recommend it.
This is rather shameful, actually. I LOVED the original Stacks Docklet. This one, I won't use. You can't use .ico icon files? WTF? You could do that with the original! Also, with the original, changing the icon opened up to the Icon Settings, like other items on the dock, and the default icon set's directory is there(which is where I save my icons). Now, you have to manually look for the icon. And not even in a big preview folder -- it's tiny!I'll have to continue using the original.
Me too... :(
Ey, I've got some problems with the installation.It says: "Error retrieving file" and "The installation failed".
@vulcano : You set this in your dock settings tab position