TLA Systems has released an update for itis dock app, DragThing. The new version, 4.2, has new features as well as technical enhancements and bug fixes. According to TLA Sysytems:
TLA Systems is pleased to announce the immediate release of DragThing 4.2, an update to their popular dock application for Mac OS X and earlier. DragThing is a Carbon application which runs natively on Mac OS X, and on Mac OS 8.6 and 9 with CarbonLib 1.1 or later installed.
Major new features in this version include:
- DragThing uses the native Quartz graphics of Mac OS 10.1 for an improved Aqua appearance, including an option for translucent docks, and anti-aliased icons
- You can put the Trash back on the Desktop where it belongs on Mac OS 10.1, using DragThingis new "Desktop Trash Technology"
- You can bring all the windows of an application to the front automatically when you switch to it, or by using a hot key
- Improved hierarchical contents menus for folders, including support for aliases
- Greater control over how dock items are located, using a combination of aliases and full paths
- Support for "Super Get Info" by Bare Bones Software, a useful utility that allows multiple "Get Info" windows on Mac OS X
You can find more information about DragThing at the TLS Systems Web site. The upgrade is free for existing registered users, US$10.00 for previous versions, and US$25 for new users