Add spacers to your Dock

Written by Vivian in Tutorials Mac

Have you ever wanted to separate your dock icons with spacers? Adobe apps, Games,…

If so this tutorial will explain how to insert a space that you can move or remove whenever you like, simply by drag and drop like any icons.

How To

Open your Terminal and enter (paste) this command line.
defaults write persistent-apps -array-add '{"tile-type"="spacer-tile";}'

Then restart your dock with this command.
killall Dock

And voilà, you now have a spacer in your dock. An area that can be moved simply by dragging it.

Simple, fast and efficient!

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