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10.6: Remove alias icon docked folders used in List view mode
Authored by: nperry on Mar 01, '10 09:46:23AM

Unlike you I think the disadvantage of the method is you do lose the badge on small list views (anything which uses exactly 16 bit icons). It would be better if the Dock didn't put them there in the first place :-( But for people like you, wipe them all out.

I wrote this quite some time ago and only remember that I failed to do it with Icon Composer alone, hence the palaver creating the image. If you've found you can it sounds like I made a silly mistake at the time...



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10.6: Remove alias icon docked folders used in List view mode
Authored by: grex on Mar 04, '10 05:36:44AM
nperry, you’re right about the disadvantage. In a few “arrow-less” days I caught myself that I miss the alias indication in the list and, especially, column views. So I modified the icon file again — deleted all badges except for the 16 px size. Like you I also use docked folders, filled with aliases of applications, as launchers. Mac OS 7-8-9 habit, I guess :) But I prefer the Grid view for this, and that’s where the arrow annoys me most.

This time all was done in Preview only. Very simple, you know — select, delete, save ;)

I wish Apple brought back “Macintosh classic” indication of the alias, I mean italic font. As an option, may be.

Btw, relaunching the Finder and the Dock were enough for the arrow to show up. No computer restart required :)

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