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Spaces and Dock Hiding


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Spaces is probably my favourite feature in Leopard, but there's one thing that annoys me. I've set Spaces up so that certain programmes like Logic open up in an individual space, full-screen and hide the dock, but when I go to another space the dock is still hidden.

Minor complaint I know, but is there any way to get around this?
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