Miscellaneous - inGrid

Description: Once installed just drag this widget to the top left corner of your screen.

Now you can drop new widgets and aligns them as simply as to say it.

When you're done just close it and everything will stay in place! But if you prefer you can let it on your Dashboard.

This widget is still under developpement and it will be improved asap.
Author: drakedave
Version: 1.3b
New in v1.3b: It includes improvements for:
- new choice of grid colors
- keep preferences
- improved preferences pane


For detailed information on this Update, please visit this website:
http://www.david-leonard.org/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=159
Uploaded on: July 8th 2005 at 12:04 AM
Rating: (3.13 stars)   [Show Detailed Ratings]
Downloads: 4329 (all versions), 3305 (this version)
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As would say my dear friend Patrice K..

This is a freaging great stuff!!

So I would say,

pique, pique, pique...

smiley

Posted by: dechavanne on May 25, 05 (7:02 PM) for version 1.1b (previous version)   View Detailed Rating

always crashes

Posted by: jayson on May 25, 05 (7:30 PM) for version 1.1b (previous version)   View Detailed Rating

my widgets are now perfectly aligned ^_^

Posted by: Skalp on May 25, 05 (10:17 PM) for version 1.1b (previous version)   View Detailed Rating

This widget is not a good one for one reason - You cannot align already placed widgets.

What widget is that sexy lady in your preview?

Posted by: ZicklePop on May 25, 05 (11:11 PM) for version 1.1b (previous version)   View Detailed Rating

that, my friend, would be the jmax widget. A direct link to all your maxim needs.

FF

Posted by: fatherfork on May 26, 05 (4:31 AM) for version 1.1b (previous version)  

This widget is part of my favorites, I keep it everyday.

Did ya notice that if you launch it and close and reopen the dashboard, it is in the background and seems to stay?

Posted by: jackbauer on May 26, 05 (6:55 AM) for version 1.1b (previous version)   View Detailed Rating

Why do you say this is useful? Widgets don't snap to the grid; you have to arrange them by hand (at least for me). How is that useful?

All it does it jump to the top whenever I accidentally click it, forcing me to close it in order to get to the widgets it covered. Worse, now, when I click the lowest-left pixel on the screen, it moves inGrid to the top rather than opening the widgets bar.

I like the idea and the graphics, but i don't get exactly what this is supposed to do. ?

Posted by: Deicidus on May 26, 05 (1:24 PM) for version 1.2b (previous version)  

Widgets aren't supposed to snap on the grid, as it's said on the description "Now you can drop new widgets and aligns them as simply as to say it."

Posted by: Skalp on May 26, 05 (2:46 PM) for version 1.2b (previous version)  

I think it needs a bit of practicing. For example, try to drag it to the top left corner wait form it to resize.

Just after press F12, two times (to deactivate and reactivate Dashboard) and miracle the inGrid is behind every other widgets.

Just close it when you do not need it anymore.

This one I will keep it (for a while).

Posted by: jackbauer on May 26, 05 (3:36 PM) for version 1.2b (previous version)  

It doesnt go to the bottom for me in the new version.

Posted by: ZicklePop on May 26, 05 (9:39 PM) for version 1.2b (previous version)  

A lot of stuff will be corrected in the new version! So just keep an eye on it...

Posted by: drakedave (developer) on May 27, 05 (6:37 AM) for version 1.2b (previous version)  

It didn't arrange my widgets... and that's a good thing because I have them all organized.

Posted by: IanTheMacFan on May 27, 05 (7:09 PM) for version 1.3b (current version)  

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