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Hi, I use dock library to change my dock appearance but can't figure out how to change just the light indicators? For example, the attached picture is my dock but
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    Hi, I use dock library to change my dock appearance but can't figure out how to change just the light indicators? For example, the attached picture is my dock but I want to change the blue lights to the second picture.
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    Nobody can offer any help?

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    I would like to know this as well,
    I found this
    MacThemes Forum / (10.5 Dock) Rel: Float, Now in 4 Colours (Fixed)


    but unsure if it works with 10.6
    What's an iPhone

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    Here are links to two of the most popular apps that can help you customize your dock. Simple google search or trip to macupdate with help you find more if needed....

    Panic - CandyBar 3 - Change and Organize Your Mac OS X Icons and Dock

    Download SuperDocker for Mac - Customize some aspects of Leopard. MacUpdate.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by gary86 View Post
    Nobody can offer any help?
    Navigate to /System/Library/CoreServices/Dock.app

    Right click Dock.app and select "Show Package Contents"

    Now navigate to Dock.app/Contents/Resources

    Backup the files indicator_large.png and indicator_medium.png, then delete them. You will need to authenticate.

    Rename your original file twice to each of the above names.

    Move the newly renamed files to Dock.app/Contents/Resources/

    You will need to authenticate.

    Now either reboot, or in Terminal.app type: killall Dock

    Enjoy.

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    Apologies for bumping this thread but just wanted to say thanks to you renegad3 for posting this info - it's exactly what I was looking for. Thanks!

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