Compatibility with OS X Mavericks

OS X Mavericks is now available so you might be wondering if our software will work properly with it. Good news: all of our software is already compatible—just make sure you have the latest version, listed below.

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Dave

Dave wrote on October 27, 2013:

II have been using your Apple Script that allowed you lock or unlock the dock quickly and easily. I just upgraded to Mavericks and Now it is not working. My dock is now locked and I can't unlock it with your script. Any Idea how I can unlock my dock so that I can delete some of the old icons and add the new ones???

Thanks for your help

Flavio Camhi

Flavio Camhi wrote on October 31, 2013:

I wanted to ask you to include www.correios.com.br, which is the Brazilian Post, to your app!

Mike Piontek

Mike Piontek wrote on November 26, 2013:

Dave: I'm sorry for not responding sooner! I just posted a new version of the script. Alternatively, you can open Terminal and paste this all on one line: defaults write com.apple.dock contents-immutable -bool false; killall Dock;
Press return and it should be unlocked!

Flavio: They're on our list of possible additions. We can't make any promises, and it's a very long list, but we try to add the most popular requests eventually.

Stacey

Stacey wrote on December 4, 2013:

I recently upgraded to Mavericks as well and am having the same problem with my dock. I tried pasting the above in my terminal and it did not work? Any other suggestions?

Carl Lizza

Carl Lizza wrote on December 17, 2013:

With the latest version on Mavericks, I can no longer paste into the widget! I do not have any keyboard widgets running at the time so you FAQ about them does not apply. Any other ideas?

Mike Piontek

Mike Piontek wrote on December 20, 2013:

Stacey: Both the Terminal command above and the new script will undo what the old script did. If you're still having problems after trying both of those it may be that the problem you're having is something other than what the script does.

Carl: I don't think anything has changed with this in Mavericks. Make sure you're using the keyboard shortcut ⌘V to paste—the right-click menu isn't available in Dashboard.

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