HierarchicalDock is one of the three applications we recently wrote about (along with Quay and OldFolder) that adds hierarchical menus to the Leopard dock. It works easily: Just drag any folder onto the HierarchicalDock icon and presto! It'll behave like a good, old-fashioned dock folder.

This week, Eternal Storms Software released version 1.2 of HierarchicalDock. Changes include:
  • Preview listed items with Quick Look
  • The Finder's color labels are displayed
  • You can now set global or per-folder preferences
There's more, of course, and you can read the full release notes here. HierarchicalDock requires Mac OS 10.5 or higher, is a Universal Binary and, best of all, free.

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