or create a batch file that does the same.
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However personal I think a great addition wold be if it is possible to execute a serie (batch) of programs by clicking on a icon. Currently I'm using this feature in the Docklet application ProgramLaunch which is also nice. Clicking on the item will then start a couple of applications (or open directories) which were placed in a batch.Would it not have the same effect if you placed the programs you want to launch in a Windows .bat or .vbs script file?-Donald1 (September 29, 2008, 05:44 AM)-VideoInPicture (September 30, 2008, 03:41 PM)
I know, it's not really something that should bother you, but do you think there would be a way to make CircleDock work with Virtual Desktop Applications like DexPot?
Right now, the situation is as follows:
You are on say the second (virtual) desktop and want CircleDock to appear. You push the according buttons and it does appear. On the first (real) desktop though. No you can juggle windows between various desktops and so can you do with circle dock, the only problem being that only the selected part gets thrown to the other desktop, as in you klick on the ring and hit the keys to move it to desktop 2 and indeed it goes there. It's just that the buttons and items stay on the first desktop.-gr33nf4c3 (September 26, 2008, 04:50 PM)
Thanks for the ellipse equation. I think I'm just going to program in the ellipse function for fun and see how it looks. Now that I think about it, I don't think it's possible to express the equation of an ellipse as just a function of one variable so I'll use the equation you gave. The one thing I'm concerned about is that the icons may bunch up at the pointed ends of the ellipse but I'll see how it looks.-VideoInPicture (September 15, 2008, 05:59 PM)
Right now, Circle Dock will only allow you to run one instance of the program per computer even if you have separate folders with copies of Circle Dock. I purposely did this for 0.9.2 because I was afraid people were going to try to run multiple copies of Circle Dock from the same folder, which can work but then when you change some settings or add some icons, then things wouldn't save properly. It was just a way to try and make launching the program fool proof.
However, I do want to allow launching multiple instances of the program from separate folders. There is just one line of code I have to change that would allow this. Circle Dock 0.9.1 already allowed you to run multiple instances from separate folders. Perhaps I should just allow this for Alpha 8?-VideoInPicture (September 07, 2008, 03:01 PM)
Wow, you are right. I'll fix it or swap it out with another hotkey component. I'll get an update as soon as possible. For now, just check all the Ctrl, Alt, Shift, and Win boxes if you want "None". This will sort of simulate a "None" condition since I don't think you would be pressing down all those keys at once.-VideoInPicture (September 01, 2008, 07:56 AM)