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Tweet Thread Tools Show Printable Version Subscribe to this Thread… 05-03-2006,11:44 PM #1 juventusfc99 View Profile View Forum Posts Member Since Feb 19, 2006 Posts 61 Why does Dock magnification just BCTV 1,362 views 6:55 Mac OS X Yosemite - How To Get A 3D Dock - Duration: 2:37. Started by midi ッ, 26 Oct 2016 10.12, sierra, xe700t1c, samsung and 4 more... 8 replies 690 views midi ッ 02 Nov 2016 International → Français → Sierra → Its darn annoying. http://elliottwaveresearch.com/not-working/bmw-e61-key-fob-not-working.html

But .... (There always a "But") i'm terribly stuck a this time with a single one issue : Dock not magnifying and Rollovers (Blue) aren't working To sum up : Whenever share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply chsnyder, Nov 14, 2010 chsnyder macrumors newbie Joined: Nov 14, 2010 #24 Mouse unplug works! Using the mouse again solved it, but I spent the better deal of half an hour working out what was wrong. Forum The Build Installation Post Installation The Workshop The Tools The Clubhouse Infinite Loop Laptops Guides Start Here! 10.12 Installation 10.11 Installation 10.10 Installation 10.9 Installation 10.8 Installation 10.7 Installation 10.6

Mac Dock Animation Not Working

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Kill Dock in terminal doesn't solve the issue, only rebooting does and I don't want to do that every time. Ya gotta love these forums... Recently I got back into hackintosh (mac os needed for school), but this time using HD3000 graphics. Who'da thunk it?

My system just started experiencing the same problems as you have outlined in this thread (magnification and mouseovers not working). Dock Magnification Not Working El Capitan If I click on it, the entire menu disappears. Yes it was related to the rat mouse, driver/software needed to be installed for it to work. thanks again!

Also, my menus are acting funny. I don't know if that's of any use to you... To fix this immediately, follow these steps: 1. You can change this preference below.

Dock Magnification Not Working El Capitan

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Go check your email! https://www.tonymacx86.com/threads/problem-dock-not-magnifying-rollovers-arent-working.99532/ If the Dock doesn't disappear after Step 6, Type "kill -9 PID#" (without the quotes) and it will forcibly quite the Dock process. Mac Dock Animation Not Working Straight Power E9 580W Ram : Corsair 16Go DDR3 1600 HDD : SSD 120go Fractal Design R4 Black Pearl Mouse : Cyborg R.A.T 5 So i try several things that not Apple Dock Magnification Not Working What's the deal? #1 Greg_Reez, Mar 26, 2009 ElDiabloConCaca uix_expand uix_collapse U.S.D.A.

Useful Searches Recent Posts Options Please select a forum to jump to News and Article Discussion MacRumors.com News Discussion Mac Blog Discussion http://elliottwaveresearch.com/not-working/css-top-not-working.html Sign in 3 0 Don't like this video? Snazzy Labs 537,304 views 4:25 Customize your Mac Dock - Duration: 5:20. Is this something related to motherboard?

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  • When I roll my mouse over the dock, it doesn't magnify at all.

share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply jal002, Jul 15, 2008 jal002 macrumors newbie Joined: Jun 21, 2006 #12 It's Bluetooth I ran with this Published 01/28/15 DID YOU KNOW?Counterintuitively, people who live near coal-driven power plants have a higher level of radiation exposure than those living near nuclear-powered plants; coal ash contains uranium and the kingofkolt said: ↑ From my other thread about this: Unplugging and replugging my wireless mouse fixed the problem... navigate here The more icons you have pinned to your Dock, means it's going to be pretty small in order to completely fit on the screen.

Tags: mouse NovaGraphix Joined: May 10, 2013 Messages: 1 Mobo: OSX Mountain Lion CPU: Intel I5-3750K Graphics: Gigabyte NVIDIA GTX 460 May 23, 2013 at 10:03 AM #1 NovaGraphix Joined: May Phew! Although I would suggest that you keep it for times like this, I have one and once I run into a problem I log into my second account (I don't touch

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Sometimes a mouse may be stuck because of a faulty connection, and if you have begun typing or playing a movie file then the cursor may become hidden by default 0 I have no idea what triggers it and I have no idea how to check. You have to make the choice between having a Dock that's small enough to fit and still being able to see it. This doesn't happen for me.

This feature is not available right now. I plugged in a different mouse, same problem. I had the exactly same problem on Leopard. his comment is here hopes this helps.. 0 rapope 7 Years Ago Wow, that was simple!

If anybody can help me, i'm interested ! You have a Safari open. I have a Wireless Logitech MX1000 Laser mouse that up until now has been just fine thanks to Controllermate configuration. please help me!! 10 replies I downloaded Mac OS X again because Safari disappeared.

Very kool!! 0 Andy_4 3 Years Ago YAY! more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Discussion in 'Mac OS X System & Mac Software' started by Greg_Reez, Mar 26, 2009. Is it possible that a different model of mouse would not have this problem?

Edit: I might have been too harsh, but some animations are still there. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Loading... Choose your language.

It turns out when I unplugged my external mouse, everything returned to normal. Some of these are guarranteed wrong, because I want to taunt out the correct answer. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply kingofkolt, Jun 30, 2007 kingofkolt thread starter macrumors 6502 Joined: May 2, 2007 Location: Boston, MA #6 From Edit.

It would explain the plugging / unplugging simply moving the mouse to get the button to unstick. Sign in to add this to Watch Later Add to Loading playlists... Sign in to add this video to a playlist.