TransDock X
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TransDock X lets you transform Mac OS X's Dock in seconds!

Let's face it, not everyone likes the Dock's default appearance. With just a few clicks, TransDock X can turn on Dock transparency (no more distracting reflections of application icons when the Dock's positioned at the bottom of your screen). You can also use TransDock X to reposition the Dock around your screen.
What's New
Version 1.0.4:
  • New Release.
  • Fixed error issues
  • New Build for OS X 10.7.4 & up !!!
Requirements
Intel, OS X 10.7.4 or later



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TransDock X User Discussion (Write a Review)
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Deltaman reviewed on 16 Dec 2013
With the default settings, I got a dark, opaque Dock background which obscured other items behind the Dock when active. The high-contrast helped visibility of some Dock icons, but fine details in some other icons were lost. The Dock reverted to Mavericks' default gray frequently and needed to be "toggled" to restore a dark background. Also, I noted some odd masking failures around the trash & nearby icons, letting patches of Mavericks' gray background slip through. For the time being, I've chosen to stay with Mavericks' default Dock appearance (the version I d/l is dated Nov. 4...).
[Version 1.0.4]

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Deltaman replied on 16 Dec 2013
I intended to post this as a reply to @tobiasl6093 — who suggested a different app called DocMod, from a developer called "Spyresoft.com" — That name made sense, after I discovered the app attempting to harvest my contacts!!!

Since "DocMod" isn't listed on MacUpdate, this looked like the best alternative spot for posting a warning to folks tempted to follow "tobiasl6093" advice.
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Nothinggoes replied on 17 Jan 2014
TransDock X dose not work with Mavericks, so I do not understand why you are trying to make it work and posting the results here? After all it will not work with Mavericks as posted on 02 Aug 2013.
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Deltaman replied on 17 Jan 2014
If "Nothinggoes (developer)" was giving more attention to this thread, "N*" would see that a link to malware was posted as a "solution" to "TransDock X." on 15-Dec. Because that malware — "DocMod" is not available directly thru MacUpdate, I posted my concerns about that product "HERE" — because "HERE" is WHERE MacUpdate members are going to find a link to it!!!

Since I already attempted (failed) to explain this more than one-month ago, the issue (malware threat) may now be easier for "Nothinggoes (developer)" to grasp, now that I have added a whole-bunch of additional exclamation points!!!!!!

Got it now??????

!!!
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Nothinggoes replied on 17 Jan 2014
We will take the high road here (Deltaman) you stay on that low road.

Good life wishes to you and yours,
Nothinggoes
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Mcr replied on 02 Feb 2014
@Nothinggoes
As you have stated, this is no longer compatible with Mavericks, and that's fine. You should ask MacUpdate to change the description on this page, which still says "10.7.4 or later". And on your own web page it still says "Mac OS X 10.7.4 & up".

That would probably help avoid further confusion and frustration. It doesn't really help when you keep saying you have posted this information, because your posts eventually scroll down and off the page. Better to change the description and requirements.
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Nothinggoes (developer) commented on 02 Aug 2013
When OS X Mavericks is released TransDock X and many other dock apps will no longer work! The new system -> (OS X Mavericks) uses the system and not hard files to draw the dock. Only corners and stacks use hard files. Oh well, hope some has found TransDock X useful... Thanks NG
[Version 1.0.4]

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Deltaman replied on 26 Oct 2013
Mavericks seems full of gratuitous and unwelcome changes to the GUI which previously worked well or were easily tweaked — but now many are hard-coded to suit misguided developers' instincts...

Jonny Ive is acting like an exuberant puppy who's just jumped the fence & won't be content 'til he's wizzed on every last tree in Cupertino!
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Geoff Bernstein replied on 06 Nov 2013
Is there no workaround possible?
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Deltaman replied on 07 Nov 2013
The 2D look & transparent background may be restored by a future "hack" to the Doc.app, but those types of fixes tend to break frequently when Apple releases updates.

On the other hand — Right now is a particularly good time to post feedback about Mavericks issues and concerns to:

Apple.com/feedback

The best feedback about Mavericks 10.9 will be specific about how you've been inconvenienced by an altered or removed feature; the folks reading these posts are thick-skinned, so just posting nasty flames won't likely be taken seriously...
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tobiasl6093 replied on 15 Dec 2013
you should check this out: http://spyresoft.com
i use the beta version and can have a fully transparent dock..
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+17

Localboy56 reviewed on 17 Jun 2013
This is EXACTLY what I was looking for and it works perfectly and a freebie to boot. A big thank you to the developers!
[Version 1.0.4]


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+42

Aargl reviewed on 15 Mar 2013
Still working on 10.8!
[Version 1.0.4]


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Pissnaround commented on 14 Jun 2012
1.0.4 works fine on 10.7.4
[Version 1.0.4]


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Nedly reviewed on 12 May 2012
Sorry, tried a couple times with no success.

Just get "Process Errors" window

However Trans Clean app clears this up.

I'm using the latest software on a intel imac.

N.C.
[Version 1.0.2]


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Nothinggoes (developer) commented on 11 May 2012
New release completed. Transdock X v1.0.2
REQUIREMENTS: Intel, Mac OS X 10.7.4 or later.
[Version 1.0.1]


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Nothinggoes commented on 10 May 2012
If you installed 10.7.4. You can fix your dock by downloading and running the Transdock X 1074 CLEAN.app
http://www.nothinggoes.com/transdockx/tdxsoft/TDX1074CLEAN.zip

Thank you,
NoThinGgOeS.COM
[Version 1.0.1]


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+5

Bbbc reviewed on 10 May 2012
TransDock X 1.0.1 is broken with the Lion 10.7.4 update, but Mirage 1.0.1 works fine. Mirage needs to be downloaded from Softpedia, http://mac.softpedia.com/get/Wallpapers/Ferber-Mirage.shtml .
[Version 1.0.1]


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Aargl reviewed on 05 Apr 2012
Works perfectly! Indispensable if you enjoy a simple transparent dock!
[Version 1.0.1]


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Rondfranks had trouble on 11 Apr 2013
Running currently leaves a white border on 13" Macbook Pro with Retina.
[Version 1.0.4]

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Rondfranks replied on 11 Apr 2013
And a transparent black background. Worked great on my last computer.
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Nothinggoes had trouble on 10 May 2012
Hello,
If you installed 10.7.4. You can fix your dock by downloading and running the Transdock X 1074 CLEAN.app
http://www.nothinggoes.com/transdockx/tdxsoft/TDX1074CLEAN.zip

Thank you,
NoThinGgOeS.COM
[Version 1.0.1]

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Nothinggoes (developer) replied on 11 May 2012
New release completed. Transdock X v1.0.2.
REQUIREMENTS: Intel, Mac OS X 10.7.4 or later
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Downloads:9,824
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Type:Utilities : System
License:Free
Date:14 Jun 2012
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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TransDock X lets you transform Mac OS X's Dock in seconds!

Let's face it, not everyone likes the Dock's default appearance. With just a few clicks, TransDock X can turn on Dock transparency (no more distracting reflections of application icons when the Dock's positioned at the bottom of your screen). You can also use TransDock X to reposition the Dock around your screen.


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