HierarchicalDock

Version: 1.2 || Release Date: 2008-01-02 || License: Freeware Developer: Eternal Storms Software | App Owner: oddysseey

HierarchicalDock gives you hierarchical menu navigation of folders sitting in your Dock. As of Mac OS X 10.5, Leopard doesn't support going through more than 1 folder deep for stacks in your Dock. HierarchicalDock makes it easier to navigate multiple folders deep with a simple click-and-hold.

Unique Features Include:
- QuickLook Previews as Icons
- Easy access to QuickLook - Windows
- Finder's colored labels
- Can show numbers of items inside folders
- Very fast
- Per-Folder settings
- Can show invisible files
- 3 sorting modes: alphabetically, by last used date, by creation date
- and many more

HierarchicalDock is Freeware, but donations are greatly appreciated by the author.

The author is aware that with Mac OS X 10.5.2, Apple supposedly brings back hierarchical menus themselves, but is willing to continue to work on it should a certain level of interest remain in the application. So please drop him a line (support (at) eternalstorms (dot) at) to tell him to continue development.

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5 Opinions

nice and little!
great!

Fantastic little app!

Just awesome!

Awesome. Works fantastically and is free.

This app corrects one of the major problems/features of the new OS. Works as described.