Maybe I haven't used Launchpad since upgrading to Sierra, I'm not sure, but today I noticed for the first time that my apps and folders in Launchpad are an absolute, complete mess, with multiple pages of unorganized icons. My custom folders are there, but they're all empty. All my apps are all over the place outside of the folders. Back when Launchpad came out years ago I spent weeks organizing it, carefully dragging icons onto each other one by one using the crappy interface, creating folders, and cursing while I got it all to look like I wanted. Since then I have actually grown to like it and use it a lot thanks to how well I organized it. I do not, ever, want to have to re-do this again. Ever. I use Time Machine specifically to avoid having to do miserable crap like this more than once in this short life. So let's get to the point. What file do I copy from my pre-Sierra backup and where do I put it, to restore my Launchpad layout to be exactly how it was before Sierra? Or, what else can I do? I found some articles about a certain weird named file in ~/Library/Application Support/Dock, but its last modified date is in 2014 so I doubt it's that. My Launchpad layout has been modified plenty of times since then. Thanks!