It does this by quitting the Dock, which automatically restarts and takes the Dashboard with it. So why do that, really it’s a development tool designed for me - but I thought I should share it!! Maybe you’ll find a use!
It also works as a way to completely quit the dashboard if you’re concerned about memory usage. Quit the dock, and providing you don’t reactivate the dashboard (e.g. F12) the dashboard will not be running.
Developers - changes to your Info.plist file and recomplied plugins don’t take until you restart the Dock, so use this! Other times it’s just nice to make sure it actually is your code causing the problem and not the Dashboard!!
What’s New in this Version
- 3 Skins
- Leopard skin
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