I would use that feature mainly for sorting purposes. For example:
- ring 1: Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari etc... (internet stuff)
- ring 2: Counter-Strike, Call of Duty, Lineage etc... (gaming stuff)
- ring 3: Putty, WinSCP, TeamViewer etc... (admin stuff)
- ring 4: Total Commander, Paint, Notepad, Task Manager etc... (Windows stuff)
And so on, understand?
Your idea of an atom is mainly for design purposes
You can do that already, drag-and-drop.
Hmm, maybe you understood me wrong here, or maybe I'm the one not getting the idea but i don't want to see my desktop icons again (more or less) so what I want is, lets say, if I download something to my desktop, a zip file for example, the file wont appear on my desktop because the icons are hidden, but when i would access Circle Dock it would appear there on the bottom level, automatically and without stack docklet.
If I am square-headed and I can already do that, please give me more hints. But I don't want to drag and drop icons to CD every time I download something.
The same idea could be applied for any other folder.