Tiger dock for Leopard

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  1. jrsx macrumors 65816

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    I have been looking for a 'Classic' Tiger dock for Leopard, and can't find any that actually work. I don't mean the command to make the dock look 2d like when it's on the sides, but an actually white, 2d Tiger dock. Can anybody help? I can't seem to find any that will work. Thanks!
     
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    I looked for you but didn't see anything. I did find a tip where you can replace Leopard's dock with Tiger's dock (the dock is an app). But the problem there is that doing that kills Exposé and Spaces.
     
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    Thanks! I'll take a look here. Are all of them compatible with PPC?

    Yes, I saw this option, but I use expose and spaces a lot, I find them pretty helpful, so this isn't really an option for me. :)
     
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    It's compatible :D (The LeopardDocks app then all the themes work)
     
  7. Kpax macrumors newbie

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    I did it through OnyX app. You can download it from oldapps.com.
    Open it-go to Parameters-Dock-Appearance.
    You can choose between 2D with Transparency Effect or 3D with Mirror Effect.
     

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    I've tried this but it's basically the same as just changing from 3d to 2d in OS X. :)
    I have, however, found some files that I replaced in the Dock -> Contents -> Resources folder, and it created a Tiger dock, almost identical to the actual dock, but for some reason, the space in the screen above the dock is unusable. You can't click or drag anything. :eek:
     

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