Mac OS Productivity
Station is a multilevel (hierarchical) launcher that promotes a more natural organization of applications and documents into folders. With nested folders, you can arrange items in Station in a way that fits your workflow with an uncluttered look and feel. Scalability is greatly increased through logical groupings thus increasing the sheer number of items that can be added to Station without having to shrink the launcher size.
Productivity is increased because related items can be grouped together into a single folder. For example, one folder can contain work related items and another folder gaming items. Another useful feature of Station is the ability to launch, all at once, the items in a launch folder. This is useful when switching between tasks like business and spreadsheets to graphics work. With ten levels of folders available, enough space is provided to spread out even the most diverse set of applications and documents.
Station also implements scrollbars when a launch panel exceeds the width or height of the screen. This design also does away with the need for magnification or shrinking the height of the launch panel so your icons remain one height thus making them more readable.
- Added gray scale color selection for folders, alias folders, and open folder Icons.
- Added the ability to load in files and applications from a Finder folder and recursively build Station folders with the Finder subfolders.
- Added menu item to refresh all the icons for cases when custom icons are added to files in the Finder.
- Fixed a bug with left and right positioning with left justification causing the root panel to disappear in certain cases.
- Other bug fixes.