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There is no way of doing that. When the Dock is configured to appear at the bottom of your screen, it's available on whichever screen you’re working on. Just move your pointer to the bottom of either display. When the Dock is configured for the left or right position, it appears on the leftmost or rightmost display edge. Tip: If you don't see your ...


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You cannot. Notifications (which include icon badges) are not configurable for the Mac App Store app.


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Go to System Preferences > Dock and then turn On and then Off the Automatically hide and show the Dock. That will reset the dock.


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I filed bug #18701500 on this problem with http://bugreporter.apple.com/ My bug was closed by Apple Engineering as a duplicate of bug #16814560, which is still marked as open. Although Apple does not permit public viewing of the bug database—I cannot see the details on the bug that they have closed it in favor of—and thus you cannot verify my statements, ...


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Reposted as answer: If your Mac has a trackpad, you can click with two fingers to bring up that menu without delay. If it has a Magic Mouse, you can click on the right side of the mouse. If it has a standard PC mouse, you can right click, and whatever hardware you have, you can also hold Control while clicking to do the same thing. This also brings up other ...


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I do not have the Yosemite but on Mavericks works as follows: The trick is to assign a second Space to the desktop. You do that by pressing the Mission Control button on your Mac keyboard (F3) or whatever you've assigned in System Preferences > Mission Control, and moving the mouse to the upper right of the display until you see a Plus (+) icon. ...



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