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9. The Dock Icon on macOS

Chris Griffith and Leif Wells2

(1)San Diego, California, USA

(2)Atlanta, Georgia, USA

The dock is the row of applications that appear at the bottom of your main screen in macOS (Figure 9-1). The dock allows you to see icons for applications you commonly use; applications that are active; and, of course, the lovely trash can. The dock has an option to be hidden, which is a setting some users may choose. When the dock is hidden, you can get the dock to appear by moving your mouse to the area it normally sits. Application icons that appear in the dock can bounce when the application needs ...

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