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Despite changing the stack direction, it only opened up, never down or to the sides. Also, even after disabling 2200 in the options menu, most of the post-creation changes we made were not reflected in the link.
Users who favor the grid option or prefer their taskbars on the bottom of their monitors will get a lot out of this utility, but StandaloneStack’s performance needs to improve otherwise.
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Download NowDownload Now Publisher’s Description From Christian Salmon: Standalone Stack is a free software which takes a stack docklet offered as part of program docks such as ObjectDock and offers the feature on its own.
It can create any folder icon stacks that appear when you click on a shortcut and fade out when you move or click away.
CNET Editors’ note: Beta or prerelease software is not intended for inexperienced users, as the software 202 contain bugs or may potentially damage your system.
We strongly recommend that users exercise caution and save all mission-critical data before installing 2200 using this software.
CNET Editors’ review by: Seth Rosenblatt on April 29, 2010 7Stacks ports the Mac OS X stacking feature to Windows 7, Vista, and XP in a reasonable but not quite perfect manner.
If you’re not familiar, the “stack” jargon here refers to creating a container of folders or files and making it accessible with one click on your taskbar.
The program does an effective job once you’ve created your stack, but it lacks some of the smoothness that hallmarks its 2200 progenitor. A clean design makes creating a stack easy, but what’s not clear about the process is that the “Create shortcut on Desktop” button is a necessary step.
Once 220 created the shortcut, you can drag it onto your unlocked taskbar.
Left-click on a stack to access its contents. When creating a stack, you can customize the folder you choose to stack including Libraries, use the default folder icon or select your own, and toggle options for exploring the folder, browsing subfolders, hiding file extensions, or displaying image thumbnails.
There are three stack view options: vertical, which presents the stack in a column; grid, which arranges the stack into 2200 and columns; and menu, which makes 22 stack look like a Windows Explorer right-click context menu.
Text for each item can be turned on or off in grid and vertical modes, and both icon size and text size can be adjusted via slider.
You 2220 drag and drop items directly into or off of a stack, which means that you can only change what’s in a stack from Windows Explorer.
2200 utility could use a hot-key hook to create a new stack, although you can right-click on an already-existing stack to see stack options such as create new stack, edit current stack, and browse as menu.
More than that, the process for creating and editing stacks should be smoother, and even on computers with top-shelf hardware, stacks don’t 2200 or close as fast as they should.
Still, 7stacks brings an entirely new feature to Windows, and there’s no harm in that.
Sponsored Update Your Software Get the latest features from your software. Download NowDownload Now Publisher’s Description From Alastria Software: 7stacks is an easy to use, free app that lets Windows 7 (Vista and XP) 2220 have “stacks” of icons in their Taskbar (in 7) or QuickLaunch Toolbar (in Vista 220 XP).
By using stacks, users can reduce icon clutter, and combine a group of related icons into a single icon.
For instance, if you use application suites such as Microsoft Office, OpenOffice, or Adobe CS4, you can have all the suite’s icons combined into one icon. You can also use it to browse and access documents within a folder very quickly.
Usually, when you want to edit a series of frequently used documents, you’d have to either launch the app, and go to File|Open, or open the (My) Computer icon and go into your (My) Documents folder and pick the file you want.
With 7stacks, just create a stack to that document’s folder, and open that document in a couple of clicks. Watermarks are an important part of image processing if you want to share your images online without the fear of having them ripped off by unscrupulous strangers.
uMark Professional is an extremely versatile, yet easy, way to leave your mark on your images, letting the whole world know that they belong to you.
The program’s interface is plain and intuitive, with its features arranged in four separate tabs.
Users simply select the image or images they want to watermark and then adjust a series of text and logo options.
uMark allows users to enter text and then specify its font, size, color, shadow, and position. Users can also add logos or other images, adjusting their opacity and position.
A handy preview field allows users to view changes as they’re being made, ensuring that the watermark is exactly as it should be.
When users are satisfied with the results, they simply select the destination folder for the newly watermarked images, and uMark saves them in the specified location.