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Guys, i've seen a few mac Desktop pictures and it seems that there's an application of a Dock feature in which you can make the dock transparent...so that you'll only see the icons......how can i do that??....
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download clear dock
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for some reason it doesn't work ....i installed it and did EVERYTHING that they told me to......but it didn't work.......

anyone know another application that can transparent my dock?
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Thats the only app. Have you tried logging out and back in

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not really......i should try that ......let me see
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did it work? did it? did it? huh? huh?
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did u download the APE manager. you need it to use clear dock. if you didnt get it here
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yeah guys it worked......i had to log out and back in again i have a transparent Dock now!!..what a beauty!
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Don't hog it, show us a screen shot!
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I'm a thread hijacker
Hehe, I see your signed into AIM and Yahoo but NOT MSN, just like me! lol
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Hehe, I see your signed into AIM and Yahoo but NOT MSN, just like me! lol
lol, i hardly even notice it's there...
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