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Works in Carbon too!
Authored by: beef on Jul 23, '01 12:36:21PM

"If not, you should be able to add the relevant information to its 'plst' resource."

uh... like... how do you do this?



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Works in Carbon too!
Authored by: darnit on Aug 14, '01 11:53:06PM
What I did - (to get rid of dock icon for PiDock)
  • make a copy of PiDock.
  • Open ResEdit (works just fine in Classic)
  • Open PiDock in ResEdit
  • Open the plst resource
  • To the right you see scrunched up xml. Select one of the key/string pairs that's there including the "^" delimiter and paste it in next to itself.
  • change the value of the key element to NSUIElement
  • change the value of the string element to 1
  • save it, close it, launch it.
  • Voila. No dock icon.
Works in Carbon too!
Authored by: chabig on Feb 13, '03 10:10:33AM

In Jaguar, they have apparently changed the plist item named NSUIElement to LSUIElement. Although NSUIElement still works, you should begin to switch to the new terminology.



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Works in Carbon too!
Authored by: srteresi on Nov 05, '03 03:27:10AM

Does this still work in Panther? I've tried setting NSUIElement and LSUIElement to 1 in wClock's Info.plist file, and wClock still shows up in my dock.

Scott



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Works in Carbon too!
Authored by: jeffmcglew on Nov 07, '03 01:03:17PM

The NSUIElement works with wClock, but I had to log out and log back into my account before it would hide the dock icon.

The only thing was that I not only lost the menu bar but I lost the ability to call up the calendar as well.



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