Customization applications have always been a big hit on Mac, and with the arrival of Leopard a whole range of new Dock and folder appearance applications have popped up.
SuperDocker lets you play around with how key functions of Leopard are displayed.
Before taking a look at SuperDocker, I worried that the application was going to be another of the countless Dock modifiers that you find for Leopard.
Luckily, SuperDocker not only sticks to that section of your Mac but also lets you modify elements in your Finder, Safari browser, Time Machine and others like iCal, iChat or the capture format.
Most of the functions that you can set in SuperDocker are already present in your Mac, but hidden, so having the app is great help to access them quickly.
Each setting is easy to work with, and you often only have to choose between whether to display or hide elements. For others, a slider bar lets you easily adjust to the style you like best.
In all, even though you shouldn't expect anything highly advanced, SuperDocker will give you quick access to hidden display options for for your Leopard.