Wut? The OS X dock is just an application. Nothing actually resides in there, well other than Spaces, Exposé, and Dashboard, but that's a little different.If "Finder" is considered to be an application used by Mac OS X, Just as "Dock" is, then wouldn't "Dock" be in your dock, just as "Finder" is?
Many applications don't display a Dock icon. Just a few I have running right now include Plex Media Server, Facebook Notifications, Quicksilver, FuzzyClock. Besides, the Finder does have an icon in the Dock, so I'm not really sure what you're suggesting anyways.If "Finder" is considered to be an application used by Mac OS X, Just as "Dock" is, then wouldn't "Dock" be in your dock, just as "Finder" is?
Before you answer a question, it's always a good idea to take a look at the date it was asked. Thanks for the effort, but chances are this guy has moved on by now. I suggest you take a look at quick links->today's posts to see current threads where the users are still expecting a response.Find the core services folder, it should be there. Just follow your way with the folders whose icons have X's on them.
Thanks Weaselboy!I just started Finder in Lion and inspected it in Activity Monitor and it shows the below location.
I suspect you cannot see CoreServices in Finder because it is hidden.Code: