Transparent Dock

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sourfunk

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I would like to use TransbarentDock 1.1b8 to make my Dock transparent in 10.1. However, I don't appear to have the Dock document necessary. Of course, I've got Dock.app in my core services directory. However, appears to be nothing bundled inside of it. Doing a sherlock search doesn't come up with anything besides Dock.app. Please help.

I think the problem happened with the 10.1 upgrade because I had no problem finding the document and making the changes in 10.04.

Jason
 

Pauldunlop

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Sorry that this isn't a lot of help, but basically, a new version of the app is needed. Apple have changed a lot of theresource locations in 10.1, to try and make it less hap-hazard, just tidy things up. This unfortunately breaks a lot of little programs like this one. You'll have to wait till the author releases a new version. That would be my guess anyhow !

Soz its not a more helpful reply.
 

sourfunk

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Thanks for everybody's help. I'm at work now, but I'll try the new script when I get home. I'm sure it will work well. Thanks again.
 

AlanCE

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for transparent dock and other cool things (transparent terminal app anyone?), try TinkerTool also available at versiontracker.
 

tismey

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Tinkertool doesn't give you a completely transparent dock. Transparent icons and terminal, yes, but not a totally see-through, not-actually-there Dock.
 

sfish

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Don't be frustrated if this program doesn't work automatically for you. It wouldn't accept what I am aboslutely positive was my admin password. I can assure you I typed in the correct password and typed it correctly, but Transparent Dock came back with an equally assured error message saying it wasn't correct. :(

If you get home and find it doesn't work, let us know and I'll do what i can to walk you through the manual process. After many trial-and-error attempts, I finally have a completely transparent dock. :)
 
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