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    mimmyhonker
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    Talking Transparent Dock
    Transparent Dock 2.1 does not work on Panther. I guess you knew this by now Anyone have any idea if there is a version that works, or when there will be? Thanks!

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    I'm interested as well....
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    CaptainMack
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    does tranparent dock 2.1 clear the dock? if it does you can use ClearDock from unsanity ClearDock

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    Tangerine
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    I have panther and my dock is already clear, without me using any type of software.

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    by clear they mean that you don't even see the slight shaded background
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    lewis lewis
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    transparent doc in panther
    [hi Im Running Transparent Doc And Its Working Fine On 10.3.2. As A Matter Of Fact I Had Problems Before The Upgrade. I Made A Clean Install Of Panther And Got Rid Of All The Old Systems Including Os9. How Can I Help?

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    TylerMoney
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    I don't like the clear dock thing..my firend used it..and they slighty present doeck is just so much sexier....It makes me feel special...and easier to laugh at windows

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    Mr.Curlynose1
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    If you guys mean that little grey outline that shows up on Cleardock when you put both the colors to 0% opacity, then you guys are doing it all wrong. You have deselect "Colorize The Dock" and then it doesn't show anything, and your dock is free!

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    msSwitch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Curlynose1
    If you guys mean that little grey outline that shows up on Cleardock when you put both the colors to 0% opacity, then you guys are doing it all wrong. You have deselect "Colorize The Dock" and then it doesn't show anything, and your dock is free!
    Agreed! I'm using Cleardock now and I have no shading whatsoever on the dock. It's completely clear. And, you can even change the colors of the little arrows that indicate running programs. Sweeet.

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    McGuillicuddy
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    I'm using Transparent Dock 2.2 in Panther 10.3.7. Works like a charm, and is less of a pain than an APE I think.

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    wow, this thread is old.

    this post is also useless

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