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What are the default contents of OS X's dock?

Asked by Vincentt (8074points) February 13th, 2008

I’m trying to replicate the looks of OS X on my system, and now I’m taking on replicating the dock. I’d like to place the same contents as the defaults on Leopard, however, never having used it, I don’t know what that is. So, what are OS X Leopard’s default dock items?

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soundedfury's avatar

From left to right:

Finder
Dashboard
Mail
Safari
iChat
Address Book
iCal
Preview
ITunes
iPhoto
iMovie
Garage Band
Spaces
Time Machine
System Preferences

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Documents
Downloads
Applications
Trash

You can see a screenshot here

sferik's avatar

This has changed over the history of Mac OS X.

I think you’ll enjoy this screenshot of Mac OS X Docks over time.

Vincentt's avatar

Thanks soundedfury :)

sferik, Leopard isn’t on there :)

sferik's avatar

@Vincentt, @soundedfury’s list is accurate as of Leopard. The list I linked to included all previous releases.

Vincentt's avatar

Ah, like that, thanks. Might come in handy if I ever decide to try and make it look like previous releases :)

swimmindude2496's avatar

Where do iLife and iWork programs go if you have them? Are they in Finder and you just have to add them to the dock?

swimmindude2496's avatar

Are the iLife programs such as iPhoto, GarageBand, iWeb, iDVD, and iMovie already pre installed on new Mac’s free?

Grabbins's avatar

@swimmingdude yeah. I got a MacBook not long ago and there were all on there. Can’t go wrong =)

Vincentt's avatar

Oh, by the way, for anyone wondering about the final result: Design your own desktop with Xfce 4.4 – part 2

waterskier2007's avatar

@swimmingdude, when i installed iwork it automatically added them. as for iwork, it comes installed on all new macs so they are there, as the first post said (iWork, iMovie, GarageBand, etc…)

swimmindude2496's avatar

The Applications stack is not included in Leopard, you have to add it yourself.

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