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Discussion in 'macOS' started by goose1873, Feb 13, 2008.
new to os - how do I add/remove apps from Dock? what is expose? thanks
You can just drag the icon of programs to the dock. It automatically creates an alias (Shortcut in Windows terms) in the dock to the Application.
Expose is a feature to all you to quickly show all open windows, all windows of the current program, or quickly view the desktop. It is sometimes handy, as it doesn't actually move the positions, just make the change until you click or deactivate, then returns to how it was before.
Simply click and drag something onto the dock to add it and simply click and drag an icon from the dock off the dock to make it disappear in a *poof*.
Expose is the feature which allows you to view all open windows simultaneously in an elegant fashion. It is a very handy feature. It was first introduced in OS X 10.3 Panther.
thank you everyone...i'm sure i'll be back w/ more noob questions...
you can set up your expose prefs in system prefs.
you can leave them bound to keys, or add in hot corner activation, which i love.
basically you put your mouse pointer in the corner and it activates that expose function. makes things faster and easier
actually one more question...how do I start a "Stack" on the dock. It seems dragging things to and from only works with apps
stacks need to be on the right side of that divider. so next to the trash can
Stacks also have to be folders.
And you can also set up Exposé and/or Spaces and/or Dashboard to use the various buttons on a mighty mouse, if you have one.
I know they have to go there, but I can't start a new one. If I drag a folder next to the trash can and release it just moves the icon to that position on the desktop, but not onto the dock as a new "stack"...sorry for the confusion.
no worries. when you drag it there, wait or move it around until the is an open space created. takes a little to get used to but it'll happen. and then drop it in there.
got it...sorry about that...i'm an idiot
No you're not, you're learning. We were all at your stage at one point in time. Contiue to ask questions and don't feel bad about it - we're here to help.