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Quay Fixes Leopard’s Dock Stacks

For those who don't like the Dock in 10.x, check out Quay. It's a simple "configurator" application that creates special "documents" that run in Mac OS X 10.5's dock. When clicked, they exhibit traditional (i.e. "sane" or "pre-Leopard") behavior.

Currently it's at 1.0b4, but I expect a release fairly soon.

One Response to "Quay Fixes Leopard’s Dock Stacks"

  1. OldFolder looks like a freebie competitor but I can't compare 'em running TIger.