A few days ago I was watching a video tutorial about CodePen and I noticed that the narrator had spacers in his OS X dock. A quick Google search found this Life Hacker article by Melanie Pinola on how to issue a few Terminal commands to get spacers in the dock.
Hope this helps you get your OS X Dock tidied up.
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One thought on “Add Spacers to the OS X Dock”
Nice heads up Bruce.
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