[quote="leo"]There were some layout issues with multi-row docked toolbars, and also the problem where a toolbar was meant to be a single row normally, but when the screen resolution was changed (e.g. due to Remote Desktop from another machine), the toolbar would be squashed in one dimension and grow in the other, sometimes taking up a large amount of the screen. Another problem was that you could not use a full-width spacer to align items to the right/bottom, which now works due to the toolbars being restricted to a single line each.
Can you split the toolbar into two separate ones, one for each row?
(Hmm, there may be an issue with the toolbars not always opening in the same order after a restart. If splitting your toolbar into two separate ones solves the problem for you apart from that issue, I can fix that for a future update.)[/quote]
This is my Desktop toolbar. I hide my desktop icons, and populate this toolbar instead. It is set to auto-hide. It is currently 5 rows deep, with same-size buttons, each with a small icon and text description. It only takes up space on mouse-over. It is docked along the whole width of the bottom of the monitor, and as new buttons are added, they automatically flow onto extra rows if necessary.
In addition, one of the items is actually a folder name, and when clicked in DO9, it would open a popup menu. now, it is displaying its contents in a lister.