Adjust the hierarchy of Mac OS X from 5 levels to unlimited

After numerous emails regarding our advice (Don’t fight the Mac OS X Dock; make it work for you) to place your hard drive in the dock and navigate it by clicking and holding on it, the “5 levels deep” default limitation of Mac OS X was cited by many as a reason why that wouldn’t be as useful as we thought. But, we fixed that. Now you can, too. We used a nice little application called, “TransparentDock” to set our hierarchical level depth to “unlimited.” This setting is at the bottom of the “Dock Setup” tab in the application. At MacDailyNews, we use fully transparent Docks, but you don’t have to use this feature if you don’t want to, just use the application to set the hierarchy to “Unlimited Levels.” The application is here:

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