Pock

Display macOS Dock and Widgets in Touch Bar

Pock can place your macOS Dock and Widgets inside your MacBook's TouchBar, letting you enjoy your screen in full-size every time!
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17 Reviews5.0/5
Amrith Shanbhag
Community at Opal πŸ’Ž Board of Gen-Z 🐝
Wondering why this isn't the default setting.
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Great job!

Pros:

Finally have a usage for macOS dock :)

Cons:

Nothing

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Andrew-David
Co-Founder at Wild Gamut
Handy tool :) That logo is very close to Patreon's, though :P
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Anna Filou
Tech Geek, Web Designer, Illustrator
@andrewdavidj yes, definitely looks identical to Patreon β€˜s at least at first glance
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thanks for hunting! downloaded installed.. great little addition and actually makes the touch bar useful. shows your dock (scrollable if you have a lot of items on it) - apps and stacks as well as trash. indicators show which app is running and the foreground app is highlighted. keeps the dock on the TB even with other apps are in focus though, so keep that in mind. you can hide it by taping the (X) and it'll slide away to the control strip. i do notice intermittent high CPU usage and lagging especially when it starts up and when sliding to get to either end of the touch-bar-dock . maybe they'll be addressed in an update.
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Joe McLeanUX Designer & UI developer
Downloaded, it asked for security and privacy privileges, allowed, tried to open, didn't work, deleted.
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@_joemclean Same behavior here
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@_joemclean Its goes and sits in your menubar. Yes there was no indication of that, took me a min to see that
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Joe McLeanUX Designer & UI developer
@abhilash_kv I saw it blink in the top menu bar and then disappeared.
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@_joemclean I had the same issue and it was caused by dock spacers. I removed those spaces and it worked.
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