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Dividers and Indicators by MeneerMark Dividers and Indicators by MeneerMark
Because a lot of people complained about the indicators in the new Leopard 3D dock i decided to make some new ones ...
Also I got really annoyed by this pedestrian crossing kind of divider so I also decided to redo this one in the favor of myself in the first place.
So here they are to share them all with you guys.
Please feel free to comment on them.

** 14 november 2007 update **
- added white version of the already excisting arrows
- made the arrows slightly smaller, because previous version was a little too wide.
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r-millington Featured By Owner Aug 17, 2012
These are great indicator lights and separators for Mountain Lion 10.8!
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celticmagick Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2010
I'm so glad I found these. Exactly what I was looking for! Thank ye :)

BTW - These look great with the Gill Sans Text icon set and the hud style 2D SL Dock ;)
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halfscottishguy Featured By Owner Apr 22, 2010
5,500 downloads and 7 comments... wow. Make that 8.
Great mod man. :)
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bestkoch Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2009
very nice! i use them on my snow leopard. thanks!
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AdamRzanek Featured By Owner Nov 14, 2007
thanks man, for the great update for my dock!
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dougstewartdesign Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2007   Interface Designer
It doesn't seem to work on mine. You're missing the replacements for the simple indicators and for some reason the divider isn't being replaced.

Any ideas?
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MeneerMark Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2007
in the folder of the original files you need to remove (you will be needing the permission to do so: password) the original files into the trash, then place the new files in the folder and use the Terminal command "killall Dock" (without quotes) to reboot the dock.
on my computer it didnt work by just replacing the icons. you really need to remove the originals first and then put the custom ones in the folder.

hope that works for ya.
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dougstewartdesign Featured By Owner Nov 17, 2007   Interface Designer
Yep that works. Odd that is has to be done that way...

Thanks! Much easier to tell which apps are running now.
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ZootX Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2007
Well done!
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JR007 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2007
Groovy mate! :D
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