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not sure if this is the right form or not.

i have a MBP that is connected to a 24" Apple Cinema Display for editing.

my main hard drive is located on the MBP.

is there a way that i can have two docks appear on both monitors?

or can i only have one dock on the computer that stores my main hard drive?

any info would be great!
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OS X only has one Dock by default, you can't create multiple docks for each monitor.

There may be some back-end hack way to do it, but I'm not familiar with one.

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mac
|mak| (also mack)
noun informal chiefly Brit.
a mackintosh.
ORIGIN early 20th cent.: abbreviation.
mack |mk|
noun
variant spelling of mac .

mackintosh
|ˈmakənˌt sh | (also macintosh)
noun chiefly Brit.
a full-length waterproof coat.
• [usu. as adj. ] cloth waterproofed with rubber.
ORIGIN mid 19th cent.: named after Charles Macintosh (1766–1843), the Scottish inventor who originally patented the cloth.

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Mac is short for the computer known as a Macintosh.
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