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I have tried loads but i have the same problem with all of them. I have allot of Desktop shortcuts and i cant scroll them on all the Docks i have tried. Is there any Dock programs that can take lots of icons or is there a certain setting i need to set? So far i have tried Rocket Dock and Object dock and another i cant find the name of please help.
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I have tried loads but i have the same problem with all of them. I have allot of Desktop shortcuts and i cant scroll them on all the Docks i have tried. Is there any Dock programs that can take lots of icons or is there a certain setting i need to set? So far i have tried Rocket Dock and Object dock and another i cant find the name of please help.


In Rocket Dock, you can click the "Dock Settings..." Icon
(The icon with the hammer and a yellow... thing behind it.)

On the left, click the "Icons" button and then in the menu to the right look for the "Size" option,
you can use the scroll-bar under it to adjust the size of the icons you are using. That should help, at least a bit.

Edited by SternBern, 13 May 2009 - 12:59 PM.

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That same thing can also be done in ObjectDock.
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