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Justim

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Sep 26, 2011
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Is there a way to hide dock icons? I have an app called Typeeto that allows me to type on my iPad and iPhone using my Macbook's keyboard, pretty neat, but it has both a dock icon and menu icon. There's no reason for the dock icon.

I used this code to hide it, which I believe it works... the problem is it also hides the menu icon. Is there a way to do one without the other?
Code:
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Maybe I'm doing something wrong?
 
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Rodan52

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Are you referring to the dock on the MacBook because the Apple Menu > System Preferences > Dock, allows you to Automatically Hide and Show the Dock already. The Dock will always display active Apps whereas the menu bar icon is usually optional within the particular app preferences.
 

Justim

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Original poster
Sep 26, 2011
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Are you referring to the dock on the MacBook because the Apple Menu > System Preferences > Dock, allows you to Automatically Hide and Show the Dock already. The Dock will always display active Apps whereas the menu bar icon is usually optional within the particular app preferences.

No sorry, just a specific app. Space is vital on a 12" Macbook.
 
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