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Hid your apps on Mac OS X


Command to hid an apps: command + h

Once the app is hidden, you will not be able to tell it from the Dock like this:

A little command line from terminal will do the trick, copy paste the command below into the terminal:

defaults write com.apple.Dock showhidden -bool YES
killall Dock

Now, try hid your apps with the key command + h you should be able to spot which apps are hidden now from the Dock.

To revert, copy paste the command:

defaults write com.apple.Dock showhidden -bool NO
killall Dock

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