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Breadcrumbs FTW!
Published on January 31, 2008 By Zoomba In WinCustomize News

ObjectDock is one of those utilities that once you use it for a little while, you just can't live without it.  The usefulness of having a customizable application bar on your screen for quick access to your most often used games, apps, tools and more can't be denied.  I mean look at Apple, their biggest UI improvement in OS X was the Dock.  ObjectDock gives that functionality to Windows users, and a heck of a lot more!

On WinCustomize, digging through our ObjectDock gallery is like digging for buried treasure.  There's a virtual ton of content to sift through from dock themes to individual icons, to icon sets and more.  So much stuff in fact that it's incredibly hard sometimes to find what you're looking for.

The Breadcrumbs on the gallery are there specifically for this purpose.

Alternatively, there are a few quick links you can use for commonly sought categories:

  • Dock Icons (link)
  • Dock Backgrounds (link)
  • Themed Backgrounds (link)

Taking the time to go through the gallery is definitely worth it.  If you do, you'd likely stumble across great skins like these:

on Jan 31, 2008
I usually just go through the individual library and sort through by newest additions. Never paid attention to this option. I'm sure it will come in handy at times.

And on a sidenote.      @ my first time with a skin on the wincustomize home page.    Thanks Zoomba!
on Jan 31, 2008
for tabbed backgrounds 99% of it is WebGizmos . He's a freakin tabbed background machine
on Jan 31, 2008
Thanks TD2JB! And to give a shout out to my bud....Messiah has put out some really impressive stuff as well!
on Feb 01, 2008
  WebGizmos and Messiah1 Lords of the ODB!  

A wonderful thread Zoomba, great info!


on Feb 02, 2008
Ah, good job on writing this article Zoomba, most people don't even realize there is a docklets category because they don't know how to navigate it. Breadcrumbs ftw.   
on Feb 03, 2008
Very good article, those breadcrumbs have come in handy quite abit. And thanks Zoomba for the Leopard II post in the article, that made my day