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    Hiding Program's Dock Icons

    Yeah, I did actually use lowercase letters. Don't really know why I changed it, just felt right. Anyhow, yeah unfortunately the program becomes almost completely inaccessible. You really can't even tell it's running. I guess it is great for those programs that you want to run in the...
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    Hiding Program's Dock Icons

    Well, I googled to he77 and back! Only to determine that there really is not currently any way to 'Hide the Dock Icon for an Open Application' without also 'Disabling the Applications Menu Bar.' So no solution from what I can see. However if anyone comes upon anything, please post here. I...
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    Hiding Program's Dock Icons

    Thanks for the responses! I understand now and I got it to work. The only issue I found was it totally disables the menu for one program, so it can't even be located in order to use. So this works fine if you simply need something to run in the background and you don't need to change anything...
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    Hiding Program's Dock Icons

    I am sorry I forgot to include what system I am on. Mac OSX 10.3.9 Exactly where would this file be? I don't understand what "Application's package" means. Sorry for being so dense! Also, is the file actually literally named "Info.plist" or will it be named something to do with the...
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    Hiding Program's Dock Icons

    I have a token few programs which I would like to hide the dock icons for. I was a good little boy and I tried to do my research before posting with my question. I found the following page, but it didn't seem to explain the topic at hand in a way that I could understand. I am rather new to...
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    Stop Inactivity

    Thank you bobw! Exactly what I was looking for!!!
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    Stop Inactivity

    Yes, I guess if there is perhaps a program for running scripts out there? Does anyone know of a good program? Then I bet there is a script somewhere which will simply move my mouse cursor from time to time. That would keep from becoming inactive! I know that exactly what I speak of already...
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    Stop Inactivity

    Will this actually keep the computer from going inactive? I am not all too sure if that would work...
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    Stop Inactivity

    I am working on a mac OSX 10.3.9, which I unfortunately do not have admin permissions. I do not want to reset the password. I do however need to stop the system from going into inactivity. The system has the option to logout after 60 minutes of inactivity checked. I cannot change it since I...
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