cDock 3.0.8

cDock 3.0.8

cDock 3 gives you full control over the Dock. There are tons of ways to customize the look and feel of the Dock. You can even enable some awesome hidden features. cDock is designed to make theming your Dock easy and robust on macOS 10.10 and up.

Features
  • Hide applications from showing
  • Dock pinning
  • Color EVERYTHING
  • 3D dock
  • Trash badge
  • Add / Remove spacer tiles
  • Add / Remove recents folder
  • Add / Remove iCloud Drive icon
  • Add / Remove Airdrop icon
  • Force dark menus
  • Remove the Trash and / or the Finder icon
  • Instantly show Desktop previews in Mission Control
  • Hide installed / updated dot from Launchpad
  • Adjust Launchpad rows / columns
  • Edit basic Dock settings
  • And much more...

What's New:

Version 3.0.7:
Important
This version of cDock requires SIP remain off in order to function
If you wish you can still run partial SIP protection using the following command
csrutil enable --without debug –without fs
  • New Catalina support
  • New SIP warning sheet
  • New Delta updates
  • New Application design
  • New Activations now work for all users of the same computer
  • Fixed Crash if blacklisted item no longer exists
  • Fixed Mission control automatically showing desktop previews
  • Fixed Payment window not attached to main window
  • Fixed Start at login issues
  • Fixed Mission control automatically showing desktop previews
  • Fixed Bugs and added performance improvements
  • Improved Mojave support
  • Improved Switched from SIMBL to Mach Inject for loading into Dock process
  • Improved Switched back to Sparkle framework for updates
  • Improved Updated version number to 3.x.x to match current branding
  • Removed DevMate framework (product was discontinued)

Screenshots:

  • Title: cDock 3.0.8
  • Developer: Wolfgang Baird
  • Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor
  • Language: English
  • Includes: K'ed by TNT
  • Size: 15.73 MB
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