Stack Docklet

Stack Docklet
Submitted May 23, 2010 by michel0000
Created by Matias Moreno
468 comments, 1534194 downloads
173 votes
I think this is the best version
but if you want the version 2.0 [pre-beta]with new options, with new errors :(
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s0ren's Avatars0ren (May 23):

Nice Very Good

MatiGames111's AvatarMatiGames111 (May 21):

Amazing Docklet!

frankell's Avatarfrankell (April 27):

Great news for the Stacks lovers !
for the very first time the Stacks meet with the Animated Icons !!
now and here it's Double Passion >>

Collinskee's AvatarCollinskee (April 17):

Thanks you very much

AkhileshJii's AvatarAkhileshJii (March 10):

nice fd gds dfg ds ds dfg

R8L9Y's AvatarR8L9Y (March 5):

looks cool i should download

bingbongmolarte's Avatarbingbongmolarte (February 17):

very nice and great.

p8m8's Avatarp8m8 (October 20, 2016):

WTF is this, when i try to open from this stack docklet it shows "the specified path was not found." i can open the shortcut without problem, but cant open it from the stack docklet, pretty useless cr*p. >:V

kazawil's Avatarkazawil (September 22, 2016):

Hi all !
For those who get this message "The specified path was not found" when trying to launch some 64bit softwares, I had the problem and I've found a simple way to fix it !

The problem is because of a "bad" structure in some shortcuts that Stack Docklet fails to interpret correctly.

I saw that some shortcuts for 64bit softwares could be opened but not other ones. So I tried to manually create new shortcuts for those same softwares from Windows context menu, and it appeared that none of them could be opened by Stack Docklet.
Hence I thought that the problem may come from the shortcut structure. Then I tried different ways to create shortcuts until it works...

Finally, I saw that it was possible to create good shortcuts with a freeware : "Link Snack", which you can download here :

Very easy to use ! just have to indicate the path of the software, and where you want to put the shortcut (Location), and clic on "Create", and it's done.
Then, put this new shortcut in Stack Docklet and it will work like a charm ! :D

Enjoy !

LeonGinger's AvatarLeonGinger (August 11, 2016):

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alonely one's Avataralonely one (June 20, 2016):

how to use it?

Double's AvatarDouble (May 19, 2016):

RocketDock only wants the original .exe file, located in the 'Program Files' folders in the root of your drive. It does not want a shortcut, although some of them do work, and its unclear why this is.

Mintschi's AvatarMintschi (May 9, 2016):

I found a solution for the "The specified path was not found" with some 64bit programs.
This solution is for german users. Open the program link properties of the 64bit program which make trouble. Change in the path "Program Files" to "Programme". After saving, the progrma will start like a charm. :)

hellohansome's Avatarhellohansome (March 31, 2016):

Very Beautiful, thanks very much.

acmsaga's Avataracmsaga (March 5, 2016):

Drop 64-bit program to rocketdock,and the program will run well,but use Stack Docklet will show the message "The specified path was not found".I hope you can update Stack Docklet and solve the problem.

By the way,if others want to run 64-bit program,just creat a .bat file(best in "My Documents" folder) to run it,than creat link of the bat file to folder you like,at last change the ico of the you can run 64-bit program use Stack Dockklet.

.bat file like this:
@echo off
start vegas130.exe
@echo off
cd c:\
cd program files
cd example folder

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