cool dock but since I'm a xwd 2.0.2 dock user i happened to have moded this myself ,...if you don't mind me asking,If I'd be a able to post this here in deviantart...as a mod/port for x windows dock...for all those other xwd user...credits to you as-well...
MannMitDerTarnjacke, congratulations. Very nice skin. I've been using it already.
Uh, have you noticed a little bug related to the shade on both sides? I mean, they're kinda cut, you know. Sorry, I don't how to explain that exactly.
If you open it with Photoshop, for example, and put a white layer below the image, you will see a little bug on the left and on the right related to the shade. The shade is kinda squared. It seems like it was cut vertically. On the left, it's more noticeable because you can see a white space between the end of the shade and the border of the image. On the right, the border of the image cuts the shade. Summarizing, the image should be larger so that the shade could fit it properly in a rounded shape, following the edge of the background. Did I make myself clear? I hope so, just in case you consider fixing it.
It's a very subtle bug, not noticeable with a dark wallpaper. But, with a light one, you can notice it.
Anyway, I've been using it just as it is because, for me, this is the best and most beautiful background for ObjectDock ever. Even more beautiful than the original Leopard one.
Look, I should have mentioned this before, but I forgot to. Sorry. I don't use the background attached to the bottom edge of the screen. You know that "Automatic distance from the edge" on ObjectDock? So, I use it a little higher from the edge. Well, I don't want to bother you at all, really, but would you consider creating a second background with a shade below it? I'm quite sure, people like me, who don't use it attached to the edge either, would appreciate it. As I said before, I don't want to bother you, so if you don't want to do it, that's OK, man.
Just copy the "Backgrounds" and "Running Indicators" folders to your ObjectDock folder. Then go to dock settings -> appearance and select "Acier" (uncheck "stretch background"). Next go to effects and select "acier" as your running indicator.