Screen ShotsDocktopus In Action
iTunes Control Badge
iCal Event Peek Badge
Docktopus Badges & Features
The CPU Meter badge shows the CPU usage of the application the badge is placed on.
The Drive Space badge displays a pie chart showing utilization of a drive.
The Folder Count badge provides a count of all items inside a folder.
|iCal Event Peek
The iCal Event Peek badge displays the calendar events for today. By hovering the mouse over this badge another window is shown that displays the day's events for specified iCal Calendars. (screenshot)
The Item Size badge shows the amount of disk space used by the item on which the badge is placed.
The iTunes Control badge allows control of iTunes and shows information about the currently playing track. By hovering the mouse over this badge another window is shown that shows information about the currently playing track. (screenshot)
The Mail Peek badge shows the number of unread messages in specified accounts. By hovering the mouse over this badge another window is shown that displays information (the message subject, sender and e-mail account it was sent to) about the five newest messages and has controls for quickly marking junk e-mail. This badge can be edited to specify which accounts' messages should be shown. (screenshot)
The memory badge shows the RAM usage of the application the badge is placed on.
System RequirementsMac OS X 10.4 - 10.6
Any Intel Macintosh is sufficient
PowerPC 500 MHz (1.0 GHz or faster if Dock magnification is enabled)
Docktopus requires the Mac OS X Accessibility system be enabled. Accessibility can be enabled by checking “Enable access for assistive devices” in the Universal Access pane of the System Preferences.