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I have a question about the dock.
Well, you now how if stays up. Can I get it to go down when my mouse is not over it? Because on my brothers PowerBook G4 can do that.

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In the menu bar at the top of the screen hit the Apple then go to Dock and select Turn Hiding Off, the menu item will also give you the shortcut keys for it.
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Thanks for the information.

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In the menu bar at the top of the screen hit the Apple then go to Dock and select Turn Hiding Off, the menu item will also give you the shortcut keys for it.
wont that just make the dock appear when you hover over it with the mouse?

i may be miss understandin so please explain

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Yes that's what it does... but that's what he asked for it to do.
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Yeah, thats what I was looking for it to do!

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