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Best Answer Allaп, 11 July 2014 - 03:33 AM

just put the mouse pointer at the bottom of the monitor, and the dock go.

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hi all,

i have a strange question about dock.

i'm using multiple monitors and the arrangement is STACKED on top of each other. I want to keep my dock on the top primary monitor.

With Maverick it seems to only display dock at the bottom-most monitor regardless of which is primary.

i hope this makes sense.

thank you!



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just put the mouse pointer at the bottom of the monitor, and the dock go.



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just put the mouse pointer at the bottom of the monitor, and the dock go.

 

wow, thanks. i feel stupid haha

 

i tried doing that at first, since both monitor are so close in resolution...there was barely a "ledge" to keep the cursor on the top monitor.



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NP  ;)

use multiple monitors is complicated to get used to.  :D







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