That's exactly what I did. Still refuses to drop into the dock.When you are making your smart folder you have the option to save it. Put it on your desktop, then drag it to the dock.
Yes, I understand this, but the whole point of stacks and smart folders are to increase productivity. This would be an awesome feature.A Smart Folder isn't a folder.That's why you can't view any contents.It has none.
The Dock isn't designed to be used as a query tool.That's what Spotlight does.
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