DragStacK is a kicker applet, a stack of files. It was inspired by the drop stack of the PathFinder file manager for OS X. Users can drop as many files on it as they want. To get the files out of the stack they just need to be dragged out. The last file that was dropped on the stack is the first file that can be dragged out of it. It does not keep the files themselves in the stack, only their paths. It can also handle stacking URLs and directories.
|Tags||Desktop Environment File Managers KDE|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD Linux|
Release Notes: This release works with newer KDE versions and fixed many bugs.
Release Notes: This version fixes a compilation problem and the program icon.
Release Notes: This version adds a DCOP interface and fixes a minor bug.
Release Notes: A bug with spaces in URLs and the position of the about dialog have been fixed. Icons have been added to the context menu.
No changes have been submitted for this release.