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Multiple docks at the SAME time


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Bassi

 
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I'd really really really like 3 docks running at the same time.
Left, right and bottom.

I've been searching for a while now, and I can't really seem to find any program that would tweak the dock to do what I need.

I found one that does something close it. Dock Spaces .. But all it does is allow me to have several docks running and switch between them, with cmd + 1, cmd + 2 and so on..
And that 3 second delay kinda makes it useless for me, because then I could just chose the specific program from my applications icon just as fast.

So, does anyone know if it's possible? To run three at the same time?

Oh, and my specs are in my sig.

iMac Rev. 8.1 20" 2.66 Ghz Dual core, ATI Radeon 2600 PRO (256mb), 2Gb 800 Mhz Ram

I'm currently running: OSX 10.5.8
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What you want to do does not really exist. But this might be thenext best thing.
Apple - Downloads - System/Disk Utilities - Dock Spaces
To have a different dock in each space. I think that's how this App works. Take a look at it anyways.
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You could try using DragThing. About DragThing

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I dont think the suggestions are good enough, I also want 3 docks at the same time, at all 3 locations.

I dont think it could be so difficult to develop a simple solution for this, because if DockSpaces enables you to have one dock in each space, this could also be done for a single space.

I will post back here if I get time to check out if I could develop this app.

/Eduardo
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