Dock Dividers
Dock Dividers
1.0

3.9

Dock Dividers free download for Mac

Dock Dividers

1.0
31 October 2006

Organize your Dock icons.

Overview

Dock Dividers allow you to organize your Dock to group associated programs any way you want.

To install, simply drag the dividers into your dock as if they were normal applications. Then tuck away the Dock Dividers folder anywhere on your Mac HD.

What's new in Dock Dividers

Initial release.

9 Dock Dividers Reviews

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georgebrooksphoto
04 January 2012

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I'll start this by saying that I LOVE these. I have about 75 items in my dock that I have always kept grouped by category, but something as simple as a vertical line makes it 100% easier to find the apps i'm looking for. Now a MAJOR complaint. Using these on Snow Leopard, they work flawlessly, but since these work by putting an icon in the dock for an application that doesn't exist, and it happens to be a PowerPC application, in Lion these display a circle with a line through it, denoting that it is a PowerPC application and is no longer supported
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Version 1.0
georgebrooksphoto
04 January 2012
I'll start this by saying that I LOVE these. I have about 75 items in my dock that I have always kept grouped by category, but something as simple as a vertical line makes it 100% easier to find the apps i'm looking for. Now a MAJOR complaint. Using these on Snow Leopard, they work flawlessly, but since these work by putting an icon in the dock for an application that doesn't exist, and it happens to be a PowerPC application, in Lion these display a circle with a line through it, denoting that it is a PowerPC application and is no longer supported
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Version 1.0
Runicles
18 October 2007
I have this app running on my imac and its great however that is with a mac running osx10.4, i also have an ibook running mac osx 10.3.9 and I can't get it to recognise the docks at all., it downloads but the docks are only recognised as application files, not as actual docks. can anyone help
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Version 1.0
Peanut-Butter
24 December 2006
simple, elegant, works. I love having the vertical line dividers to break up the many icons in the dock. I org by type of app, so having the lines is a simple visual helper. if I accidentally click on the line, it quits itself and no harm is done. -JD
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Version 1.0
resuna
01 November 2006
The dividers won't drag into my dock as applications. They just show up and act like regular files. Running OS X 10.3.9 Panther
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Version 1.0
Dadamac
01 November 2006
great tool. but it was first made by Max Rudberg ! if you want BLANK Separators visit: http://www.maxthemes.com/guistuff/?guistuff=Blank%20Dock%20Separators 5 stars !
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Version 1.0
Attentionwandered
01 November 2006
wow look at all those programs, you must be super duper efficient! the dock is the best.
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Version 1.0
K8
31 October 2006
Nice. Very nice. The download on the main window would work better for docks on the side on the screen. The alternate download available works better for docks along the bottom of the screen. I like this little app. Some people suggest using Butler and apps like that, but I prefer the simplicity of the Dock. I don't want all those additional "features" in an app launcher. If I do want additional features in the Dock, there are programs that expand the Dock's functionality. Sorry, sidetracked. I like this little app and it's found a home on my Mac. It's made my messy, jumbled Dock a paragon of order. Many thanks.
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Version 1.0
Simichavel
31 October 2006
If youre still using Apple's Dock instead of Butler, Drag Thing and the like (or Quicksilver, Namely, and Witch-type things) this utility represents a good idea. It's simple enough to use, but the implementation is a bit?unusual: actual objects (is that right?) you drag into the Dock. This means you can't drag the same divider into two different slots in the Dock. One divider per Dock-slot. Also, the dividers take up a larger amount of room than one might expect. A good companion to this idea, more critical even perhaps, I would think, would be a way to name or otherwise mark files and folders dragged into the Dock. MBP / 10.4.7
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Version 1.0
ochyming
31 October 2006
Cool. Just drag and drop. Thanks.
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Version 1.0
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3.9

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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