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Como crear un Stack de Aplicaciones Recientes en el Dock

Como crear un Stack de Aplicaciones Recientes en el Dock

Posted September 16, 2008 at 8:41pm by iClarified · 85123 views
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Estas son las Instrucciones de como crear un Stack de Aplicaciones Recientes en el Dock

Paso UNO
Abre la aplicacion Terminal que se encuentra en el folder Aplicaciones: y en la carpeta Utilidades o tambien directamente en el Stack de Utilidades que se ecnuentra en el Dock
Como crear un Stack de Aplicaciones Recientes en el Dock

Paso DOS
Escribe el siguiente comando en la aplicacion TERMINAL para que añada el Stack en el Dock:
defaults write com.apple.dock persistent-others -array-add '{ "tile-data" = { "list-type" = 1; }; "tile-type" = "recents-tile"; }'
Como crear un Stack de Aplicaciones Recientes en el Dock

Paso Tres
Introduce el siguiente comando en la aplicacion Terminal:
killall Dock
Como crear un Stack de Aplicaciones Recientes en el Dock

Paso CUATRO
Te daras cuenta que ya tienes creado tu nuevo Stack donde apareceran las aplicaciones que has usado recientemente. Si deseas eliminarlo Simplemente sacalo del Dock y listo!!!
Como crear un Stack de Aplicaciones Recientes en el Dock

Thanks***: Gracias a TUAW Quien fue el primero en postear este truco here
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Tim
Tim - October 10, 2011 at 9:43pm
Just tried this, and it didn't work :-( but looks like I'm not the only one. Guessing maybe only works with Leopard and/or Snow Leopard? I'm running Lion
Jim
Jim - November 30, 2010 at 10:32am
Or you could just use Windows and then you'll already have this on your start menu.
Bender
Bender - October 1, 2009 at 9:52pm
Or you could just put your applications folder as a stack
Jamie Graham
Jamie Graham - September 15, 2009 at 11:29pm
I also tried this and it also killed my dock - it will not appear, even after restart and everything else I can think of. I have tried a bunch of searching and can't get the dock back. I would not recommend this "tweak".
Jamie Graham
Jamie Graham - September 15, 2009 at 11:39pm
Update: somehow the dock preferences file got corrupted. I didn't have a backup of it so I just trashed the preferences file and set up dock up the way I liked it again. To find the dock preferences file go to home/library/preferences/ the two preferences files are com.apple.dock.db and com.apple.dock.plist
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