|Version:||1.30 (17th Feb 2009)|
|Requirements:||RISC OS 3.1 or above|
A desktop application launcher to end all application launchers. :-)
- Up to 55 buttons per 'page' (depending on screen size)
- Nine pages, or bars, easily switched via coloured tabs or CTRL-function keys (1-9)
- Controllable via a menu or bar (see example screenshots below-left & right).
- Selectable bar size, small or large.
- Vertical or horizontal orientation, depending upon user preferences.
- Password protection to stop unauthorised people editing the buttons or hotkeys.
- Optional display of free memory.
- Optional display of time or date.
- Search facility to locate 'lost' applications.
- Ability to lock screen position of bar.
- Each application can be set to be 'seen' or even loaded automatically when NextBar starts up.
- Each application can be assigned a 'hotkey' to simplify application launching.
- The ability to assign URLs (or drag from a web browser) to each button.
- The ability to assign a specific name to each button (useful for labelling web sites where the actual filename is generally just 'index.html', which is not very meaningful).
- Relatively compact using a minimum of memory
- Initate a web search using up to 20 popular (user definable) search engines.
- Integrated !CloseFiles utility
- Ability to print (or snapshot) any open window.
- Facility to save application data directly to any directory stored in NeXTBar with optional 'dated 'sub-directory.
- Automatically extract YouTube video files from HTML source code dragged to NeXTBar.
17th Feb 2009 - At present there are no reported bugs. If you believe you've found a bug, or unexpected behaviour, please contact me.
| · AppDock II||by MW Software|
NeXT style application launcher.
| · Docktor||by Richard Windley|
Docktor is a simple application dock.
It allows applications to be split into categories and then easily launched from a series of dock panels that slide onto the desktop as required.
More RISC OS software can be found at www.riscos.org/links/
Click here to view a detailed history of NeXTBar versions.
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