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I use various browsers and would like to place them all in the left hand side of the dock in a folder so as to save space any ideas?
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Put an alias of each browser into a folder and drag the folder to the document end of the dock (by the trash). Right click on the folder to get a menu of the apps.

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Put an alias of each browser into a folder and drag the folder to the document end of the dock (by the trash). Right click on the folder to get a menu of the apps.
Yes thank-you i managed to work that out but why cant i put it on the left hand side?
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At the moment, you can only put apps on the left side and folders and files to the right of the System Prefs.
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