BKenney Software has released an update for Ugly Dockling, bringing it to version 1.1.2. Ugly Dockling is a menu utility designed to bring Classic menu features to OS X. Thew update features improved drag-and-drop volume support and various bug fixes. According to BKeeney Software:
Ugly Dockling 1.1.2 is now available for download from BKeeney Software, Inc.
Ugly Dockling reduces the clutter in the Mac OS X dock by creating a menu reminiscent of the old Favorites menu found in the Mac OS previous to OS X. Users can create their own hierarchical menuis by either dragging files, folders and volumes onto the Ugly Dockling icon in the dock or by using the Ugly Dockling Finder Contextual Menu. Ugly Dockling lets users go directly to any System Preference pane from the menu.
Among the changes in this version:
- Added support for adding volumes to the menu by dragging and dropping the volume onto its icon
- Added support for opening folders in the Finder when the hierarchical menu reached its maximum depth
- Increased the number of enabled menu items in demo mode
- Added support for Mac OS X sleep and wake states
- Increased the time period between scanning to better use system resources (user can always refresh manually at any time)
- Fixed miscellaneous bugs reported by users
You can find more information about the Ugly Dockling update at the BKeeney Software Web site. Ugly Dockling 1.1.2 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$10.00.