TLA Systems is pleased to announce the immediate release of DragThing 4.0.1, an update to their popular dock application for Mac OS X and earlier.
DragThing 4 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.
Whatis new in DragThing 4.0.1?
Changes on Mac OS X:
- Added support for scroll wheels to switch between dock layers.
- DragThing docks are no longer repositioned by the Dock.
- Items on UFS/NFS disks are opened correctly.
- Certain Mac OS X applications donit act as folders.
- Tooltips no longer appear in other applications.
- Fixed problem with files moving instead of copying when dragged to folders in docks.
- Fixed future problem with floating windows.
- Dock names appear correctly in the Mac OS X Dock window menu.
- Various cosmetic bugs relating to Aqua fixed.
Changes on Mac OS 9 and earlier:
- Option clicking an item in the process dock hides all other applications again.
- Repeating hot keys no longer type into the current application.
- DragThing doesnit crash if the Contextual Menu Extension is missing.
- Fixed some problems with Keychain dialogs.
- Worked round a problem with floating window appearance on CarbonLib 1.3.
- Certain operations are faster with CarbonLib 1.3.
- Icons for dock items on unmounted disks are drawn correctly.
- DragThing is a lot better at locating missing dock items.
- Displays an anchor point indicator when dragging dock windows.
- Can option-click items to drag docks set to button mode.
- Can drag URL clippings to the Trash in DragThing.
- Scripts in the Startup Items folder work correctly again.
- Window minimise buttons work on docks again.
- Tooltips donit appear for minimised windows.
- Fixed a problem that caused the process dock to move at startup with tabs showing.
- Fixed problem with first click on a recently maximised dock.
- Smarter tooltip placement.
- Fixed a number of problems with the help files.
DragThing is available for US$25. You can find more information at the DragThing Web site.