|Feb 17, 2012, 07:00 AM||#1|
Could someone tell me if this still works:
Get a 2D dock in Lion
Just like Snow Leopard, and in spite of the new “no indicator lights” option, Lion can get a 2D dock. To enable it, type the following in the Terminal: “”defaults write com.apple.dock no-glass -boolean YES” (without quotes) then “killall Dock” (again, no quotes) to immediately restart the dock and enjoy your new 2D effect. To change it back to 3D, replace YES in the first string with NO, and repeat the same procedure.
13" 2.26GHz 2009 MacBook Pro | 32GB VZW iPad 3 | 16GB iPhone 4s
|Feb 17, 2012, 11:14 AM||#4|
Yeah it does work in Lion
Do you have any more tips on how to customise OSX Lion?
2011 Mini | 13" (cMBP) + 15" (rMBP 2013) | Powermac G5 | 27" TBD | iPhone 3GS (16GB) | iPad 1 and iPad 4 | iPod touch 4G (64GB) | Apple Wireless Keyboard + Magic Mouse x2 | Magic Trackpad |
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