Post Your Dock (2015)

AngerDanger

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The last Post Your Dock thread is from 2014, so it seemed appropriate to start a new one… half way through the year.

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I only recently upgraded to Yosemite, so I'm considering redesigning my Premiere and Flash icons to be more compliant with Apple's design standards.
 

Traverse

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Mine. Aside from adding LR, nothing major has changed with it in a few months. Scrivener and Pixelmator are often in there, but not enough to add them.

The more I look at it thought, the more I hate the LR icon. It's too big.

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AngerDanger

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The more I look at it thought, the more I hate the LR icon. It's too big.

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Oddly enough, at different sizes, Adobe changes the padding around their icons. Despite my version of Photoshop being CS6 and your version of Lightroom being CC, our icons should be proportioned similarly at every size. It turns out, mine is within the 128x128px threshold, which renders with Yosemite-compliant padding. If I downscale a larger icon, the padding is smaller and the icon appears bigger:

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JanErik75

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I am an avid hobby photographer and a keen doodler, so Photoshop and Lightroom both have their respective spaces next to my Safari, iTunes and Spotify ones. The Doom icon is GZDoom, a source port of iD's classic FPS from 1993. My favourite mod with it is Brutal Doom. Next to it is Radium, an internet radio app that I keep in the upper left hand side on the Safari space.



 
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Dark Void

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The icons are not mine. I do not know where I got them, it has been years since I found them and would not be able to direct anyone to a download.

I use cDock to remove the Dock and just have the icons and indicators, and GeekTool to create a shell script of a plain, black colored Dock at 60% opacity.
 

jm1.jonas

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I like to keep it organised by sections, it's been like this for years (+- one or two apps)
 

SnowLeopard OSX

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From left to right:

Finder, Launcher, System pref., Safari, Word, Powerpoint, TextEdit, Notes, Mail, Final Cut Pro X, Pocket, Calander, 1Password, Messages, Facetime, Photoshop, Lightroom, Gimp, iPhoto, uTorrent, Steam, Dropbox, Skype, iTunes, Malwarebytes, Premiere, Encore, Getty images, Excel, App store, VLC.

Stacks: Download folder, External hard drive, Trashbin
 
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