TLA Systems has released a new version of
DragThing, its dock application for Mac OS X. The new version adds features and improves support for Safari and Mac OS X.
More flexible than Mac OS X’s own Dock, DragThing enables you to maintain multiple docks, containing files, folders, disks and servers, view currently running processes, all mounted disks and other content. You can arrange docks into drawers and tabs, and more.
Dragthing 4.6 employs better contextual menus for dock items. You can now quit applications and eject disks from any dock, and a Windows menu has been added for running applications. a new Paint Tools window lets you draw colors and textures onto your docks directly.
Other new features include the integration of a software update feature, so you can be automatically notified of new DragThing updates, integrated support for CocoaTech’s Path Finder software, and improved support for Safari and Mac OS X.
If you’ve tried DragThing before but haven’t registered it, this new version is fully unlocked for one week after you run it, so you can now try out all the new features. It’s a free upgrade for existing registered users of DragThing 4.
DragThing 4.6 requires Mac OS X 10.1.5 or Mac OS 9 or later, and costs US$25 to register. Upgrades and volume discounts are available.