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Author Topic: "Configure Preferences and Options" Node in Dock? & Initial thoughts.  (Read 1795 times)


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During this period where I'm just getting started using LBC and building my first dock I find that I'm continually going to the "Configure...." window by right clicking on the dock to bring up a menu.

Is there a way to place a node on the dock that brings up the configuration window directly? If not, please accept this note as a suggestion.


I have explored many, many application launchers before settling on the FSL Launcher, which I have used for the past several years. I just discovered LBC and I must say that it is impressive, very impressive, and has specific features that I need that not in FSL. Most importantly, it is rock solid. It works exactly as I expect in just about every detail and was very easy to learn. I am evaluating it by using it as a portable application launcher on an external drive. So far, so good though I expect to have a few suggestions as I use it more.

Thanks for a great tool.

Bill Wetzel


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Re: "Configure Preferences and Options" Node in Dock? & Initial thoughts.
« Reply #1 on: October 19, 2009, 10:28:12 AM »
welcome to the site Bill, glad you like the program  :up:
your idea about  button to open the configuration is not a bad one at all.. i might just add that.  another option which might be a little easier for me to add would be a global hotkey (that user could customize) that would open up the configuration screen.