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Whats in your dock?


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The title says it all

15.4" Apple Unibody Macbook Pro Mac OS X Snow Leopard (10.6.4), 2.8GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4GB 1066Mz DDR3 SDRAM (2x2GB), 128GB Solid State Drive (SSD), NVIDIA GeForce 9400M + 9600M GT with 512MB, SuperDrive 8X - Apple Remote Infrared (IR) - Logitech MX Performance 2.4 GHz Wireless - Apple Keyboard Bluetooth - iPhone 4 32GB, Black
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Pretty uninteresting really - left to right:-

Finder
Dashboard
Terminal
X-Chat Aqua
Firefox
Mail
Microsoft Messenger
iTunes
Microsoft Word (2004)
QuickTime Player
System Preferences
Activity Monitor
Virtual PC (Version 7.03, Windows 2000 installed + Linux test partition)
Photoshop CS3
(Spacer)
Games icon
Applications icon
Trash

All on my iBook G3 900 running 10.4.11 Tiger

Will have to check the iMac upstairs as that has far more on the Leopard dock

Cheers

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Finder
Safari
iChat
Microsoft Messenger
iCal
Preview
iTunes
iPhoto
iMovie
GarageBand
System Preferences
Photoshop Elements 4.0
Bridge
Pencil
HP Device Manager
Nexuiz
(spacer)
Applications
Documents
Downloads
Trash

All on my MacBook running 10.5.5 Leopard.
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Mail
Safari
NetNewsWire
Unison
Address Book
iCal
iTunes
iPhoto
iWeb
Word (2004)
PokerStars
Bejewled 2
iChat
Skype
Time Machine
System Preferences
(spacer)
Applications
Downloads
Documents
Trash
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Lets see:

Finder
Mail
Safari
iCal
TextEdit
Transmission
iTunes
Photobooth
Adium
iPhoto Library Manager
iPhoto
Photoshop
Illustrator
InDesign
Word (2008)
Keynote
Quinn
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Games
Downloads
Trash
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Intel iMac 24" 2.8Ghz / 4gb
PowerBook G4 12" 1.33Ghz / 1.25gb
2Gb Black iPod Nano 1G
Canon 30D, recently inherited!
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lemme see...
finder
terminal
address book
ical
mail
mozilla
software update
isync
spaces
itunes
adium
system preferences
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network drives
apps
docs
downloads
trash

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Got # ? phear the command line!
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I moved the dock to the right edge of my screen. Widescreen laptops are great for video, but most documents and webpages are in portrait format. I didn't really need that extra inch on the right side of my screen, but it's sure nice to have the extra space on the bottom. Makes for a little less scrolling.
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Dock on the left side:

Finder
MacSword
iTunes
Scrivener (auto-start)
EZ Note X (auto-start)
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Apple apps (Address Book, iCal, iChat, Mail)
Word Processors/Page Layout (Bookends, Mellel, NeoOffice, Nisus Writer Pro, OpenOffice, Papyrus, Ragtime, StarOffice)
iWork 08 (Pages, Numbers, Keynote)
Downloads
Documents
Browsers (Camino, Firefox, iCab, Opera, Safari)

Mellel 3, NWP 2, Scrivener 2.3.1, Tinderbox 5.11.2
LibreOffice 3.6, Accordance 10.0, Adobe CS4, DTP 2.4.3
OS X 10.8.2
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I have my dock on the left side as well, I like the extra real estate.

War Eagle!
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Let's see:

Finder
Mail
Safari
Opera
Adium
iChat
iTunes
VLC
LimeWire
Reason
Recycle
Logic Pro
GarageBand
TraktorDJStudio3
Address Book
iCal
Cha-Ching
Skitch
iPhoto
Microsoft Word
Microsoft Excel
Microsoft PowerPoint
iMovie
iDVD
Toast Titanium
Photo Booth
iWeb
Spaces
Time Machine
Activity Monitor
System Preferences
(Spacer)
Documents
Downloads
Trash

Whew, that's a lot of programs!
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finder
dashboard
safari
mail
itunes
adium
acquisition
vlc
aperture
toast titanium
photoshop
word
excel
powerpoint
apps
trash
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from top to bottom:

Finder
System Pref
Dashboard
iChat
ooVoo
Firefox
Toast
iTunes
Adobe Illustrator CS3
Adobe Bridge CS3
Adobe Contribute CS3
Adobe Dreamweaver CS3
Adobe Flash CS3
Adobe Fireworks CS3
Adobe Photoshop CS3
Microsoft entourage
Excel
Powerpoint
Word
Cinema 4D
Final Cut Pro 5
Battlefield 2142
Trash.

That is all.

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2002 G4 Tower - Dual 450s - 1GB RAM - 270GB HD
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Finder
Mail
Safari
MSN Messenger
Address Book
iTunes
Hear
Aperature
Stickies
iCal
Sys Pref
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Docs
Apps
Trash

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Safari
Mail
iTunes
eyeTV
iDVD
VLC
Toast
Word
Excel
Papers
SPSS
Text Edit
Dictionary
Transmission
CyberDuck
Terminal

Space

Downloads
Current Coursework
Thesis Work
Trash

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