Tired of your dock? Spice things up a little with Docker. Access dock settings from a simple interface, and Leopard users can customize the style and color of their dock too. Docker allows Leopard users to switch between 2D or 3D dock, or customize the Dock further by individually changing the color of and style of Dock parts. If you are feeling creative, you can easily select your own images, or a vast array of downloadable styles. Docker also lets users of OSX 10.2 to 10.5 access settings normally hidden out of sight. Choose from a larger range of dock sizes, extra animation options and more. It is also now possible to prevent users from accessing certain Dock settings from the Finder, and hide or remove the menubar and Dock.
What's new in this version:
Makes alterations to the Kiosk mode in OS X 10.7 Lion, making it clear that the setting should not be applied to Preview and TextEdit.