Trampoline is a Dock-like application that brings your most used Mac applications onto your desktop in a smooth circular palette. Choose and arrange the programs, folders and files that you use most in the palette and you're ready to go. We quite liked how easy Trampoline was to activate, whether by hotkeys or mouse movements. This last option is quite fun if you haven't selected too many programs in Trampoline.
With a clear interface, Trampoline blends in perfectly on your desktop and makes your most used applications easily accessible. However, we do wonder whether it will be that useful once Leopard is launched, as the Finder and Dock will offer many ways to quickly access and even organize your applications and Finder.
Trampoline is an attractive Dock replacement to quickly launch any application or file.
- Scroll wheel to advance between pages - a scroll wheel event causes a page advance.
- Fixed a bug where quitting an app from the Trampoline could cause Trampoline to crash on non-English systems
- Fixed another crash in the Add Special menu
- The Add Special menu will no longer follow aliases to other folders inside the Applications folder.
- Moved the quit menu item to the top of the contextual menu for running applications