So, I'm migrating from OS 9 to Panther (and really am enjoying it...I feel like my aging computer has a new lease on life...even if the UI is a bit slower, etc... it's so much more fun to use.), and I've encountered something I'd like to do. I've placed a folder in the doc, filled with applications I use, but don't use enough to place in the doc themselves. I've made this window a simple finder window (no brushed metal, toolbar, etc...) and turned off all view options...so it's really just a nice simple list of apps. I've positioned the window right above the folder icon in the toolbar, so now every time I click the folder, the window pops up right around where the icon exists (kind of like OS 9's tabs, although I never used those much.) Now, my question is this...are there any programs/utilities (preferably not kexts or haxies, but I'll look at them if they are) that can lock my window's position? I can click on the icon right now and the window always appears in the same place, but sometimes my errant clicking will move the window a bit, and it's a pain to move it back to where it was. (I know, I'm being anal.) I realize that I could hold the mouse button or ctrl-click (only have the one button mouse) to just get a list of apps in the folder, but I like the quick pseudo-spring-loaded action...I just would like to make it impossible to move the folder accidentally (still would like to be able to close it, obviously.) So, with that long-winded question out of the way...any thoughts?