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Discussion in 'macOS' started by brosmooth, Aug 19, 2009.
yea or nea
Really, please search:
Anyways, no I do not hide my dock.
Yes! I recently started doing it and it makes a greater workspace on the desktop. Paired with making the dock shorter and turning magnification on it is the complete package imo. I can't believe I didn't do it sooner!
The poll is flawed. I hide the dock on my Macbook and show the dock on my iMac.
The thread you referenced is from nearly three years ago and includes no poll. (Flawed as this one is. )
I don't hide the Dock. Thought about it several times but always preferred having it visible for icon badges and such. Instead I decided to move it to the right side of the screen so I could have more vertical viewing area while still keeping the Dock visible at all times.
Yes, I do hide the dock. I also moved it to the left side of my screen. I just wished there was a little icon on the top bar(next to the airport symbol and such) that displayed if you have a new IM for iChat.
noooo, never - just minimize the size of the icons!
it would just feel so naked not having those little icons conveniently at the bottom
On a 13" screen fo' sho'!
Yeah, even though I have a 24" gorgeous screen to work on. The added real estate comes in handy!
No... on a 13" macbook. ehhh, but once i can get an external, a mighty mouse, and that awesome wireless keyboard! then we're good to go
what's the biggest screen can the macbook have? like external screen, and what resolution?
One looses some valuable screen real estate if your not hiding that dock.
Yes AND no.
MBP: yes, hidden
Server (remote access): no, dock is shown.
I wish there was "auto hide" mode that is triggered not only by the mouse movement but windows opened. If none of the windows overlap in the dock area, show the dock. Moving the window to overlap the dock (or hitting the green "+" button requires window to overlap) should trigger the dock to hide.
I hide it now on my 15" MBP
but i didn't hide it before when i had a 24" iMac