After a short break, I'm finally back with a new version of Pock.
This new version includes a new way to update your preferred widgets directly from the Widgets Manager pane in just one click!
Pock's mission is to provide an ecosystem that makes it easy for users and developers to get the most out of their Touch Bars, extending the power of an often underrated tool.
Dock Widget Update
To let you enjoy this new capability, I've also released a new version of Dock Widget that brings a new logic for hiding/disabling on-screen Dock.
It also fixes a crash that may occur if you interact with the cursor inside directories/app-exposé.
This widget update will also gain some performance improvements (Dock Widget should not use more CPU than needed anymore).
System Control Strip
I want to say that I got your feedback, and I liked to bring back the option to place the system Control Strip alongside Pock widgets.
This means that you can now quickly lower/increase your MacBook's volume/brightness while still enjoying a personalized Touch Bar.
Of course, you can always decide to hide the system Control Strip to display widgets in full-width to never miss any desired information.
Pock & Big Sur
I'm proud to announce that Pock now has a new icon that perfectly matches the Big Sur style. It's not a significant change, but I think you will find it appealing.
The whole Pock brand is getting revamped with some super cool news coming out in the next months.
Please stay tuned and check out pock.dev to know more about this project and the great things that will come!
Pock is now even better than it was.
Thank you for all your feedback and for being part of this community!