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#5821 - 02/28/09 09:59 PM How to copy dock to a new Mac  
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I have a dock with a number of layers and quite a few items in each layer - I'd like to copy it to my new Mac instead of having to re-create it and all settings.

Are there some settings files I can copy over?

Thanks!

#5822 - 03/01/09 10:57 AM Re: How to copy dock to a new Mac [Re: Trisha]  
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Yes, you can copy the individual dock files from ~/Library/Preferences/DragThing/Docks in your user's home folder, and then double-click them on the new computer to open them. Or copy the "uk.co.tla-systems.dragthing.plist file which contains all the preferences.


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