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OS 10.5 - Leopard Dock


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In my dock in Leopard I dont have arrows under my apps to show whats open. Is there setting somewhere that I can enable this? or if not how can I see what apps are open?
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The arrows have been replaced by a white(blue) dot (glow). A quick search would have shown this.

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You change the blue indicator lights back to the triangles (or anything you'd like) by editing the indicator png files that are located in System>Library>CoreServices>Dock (show contents)>Contents>Resources. Then you just need to do a "killall Dock" in Terminal to see the changed graphics.
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