Maybe I find the error, in this new version there aren't some file:
and the oldest are not compatible.
Markham is online and He already read the problem, now we can only to aspect.
I really should have updated the "help" before issuing the refresh...
I've modified the way Circle Dock is "packaged". Previously you got an EXE (CircleDock itself) and a series of DLLs. All but one of these DLLs are .Net Assemblies and they are all compiled with the "x86" - which is required to enable Circle Dock to operate on both 32-bit and 64-bit Operating Systems.
The current releases are "packaged" using a program called "Netz" (which you can read about here
) which bundles all the Net Assembly DLLs into the main executable. This has several advantages: it ensures that the correct version of the DLLs is always used; it dramatically reduces the overall size - by around 50% - which reduces disk space and speeds-up the program's load and start. Prior to releasing this new way of distributing Circle Dock, I did test it on a friend's Vista-64 PC and all worked as it should.
If you look at your Circle Dock Folder, you should find only two binary files: CircleDock.exe and Orbit.Hook.dll - this DLL is not a Net Assembly, it contains unmanaged low-level code to establish global keyboard and mouse hooks - a task that can't be done using managed (ie Net) code. So you should not worry that you appear to be missing some DLLs - they are there but as part of CircleDock.exe.
Now, on the off-chance that there's a problem with the Netz bundling system on 64-bit Operating Systems, I'm attaching a zip file which contains an unbundled version - ie, the CircleDock.exe and all the DLLs. If this works, then I will have to re-think the distribution mechanism. CDUnbundled.zip (1501.39 kB - downloaded 299 times.)
Try also this version of the Netz bundle: CDx86.zip (1433.96 kB - downloaded 291 times.)