The whole point of the dock is to LAUNCH apps. If all non-running apps are hidden how do you launch them? Another vote for the stupid app category. (Very Windows-like.)
It didn't do anything.
1.2 GHz iBook G4 running Mac OS X 10.5.8 PPC.
According to the developer's website this is universal and runs on Leopard. The details on MacUpdate are incorrect.
it does say on the MU page that it requires 10.6 and is intel only, guess there's a bit of a mix up somewhere
I know it's not Intel-only because there's no telltale slash through the icon...
"Running Dockter again reverses the previous process. So it's easy to undo the effect and restore the dock." from his web site. Maybe clicking "More Information" helps more than crying.
Nice try. First part of the application (hide non running app) works. Unfortunately the second one (show non running app) does. My vote for the most stupid application award.
More: the applications irreversibely delete all folders from dock.
I nominate this as a contender for the
"Most Stupid Application 2009" award.
It's somewhat like filling your car tank
and then ripping out the fuel gauge.
"Don't need that any more!"
That's quite funny.
Can't I simply drag any non-running apps off of the dock?
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