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The mouse is a rodent-shaped device used to move a pointer on the screen

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(using Mavericks 10.9.2 (latest)) Using an application in Full-screen (eg VirtualBox), is there a way not to have the Dock show when the mouse hits the bottom of the screen? … Tried defaults write com.apple.dock autohide-delay -float 3 to increase the delay (3 seconds) the mouse has to stay at the bottom to get the Dock unhide. …
asked Apr 3 '14 by Déjà vu
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it's the annoying component, reduce the time it takes to that menu to disappear when the mouse goes down [currently it's ~1 seconds]. … Illustration below shows the Ubuntu menu that has been overridden by the Mac menu when the mouse hits the top of the screen. …
asked Dec 25 '13 by Déjà vu
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So it seems someone found a working solution, at last. First, close your VMs Quit VirtualBox then as root (or sudo ...) copy the file somewhere as backup, then edit (eg vi) /Applications/Virtu …
answered Dec 11 '14 by Déjà vu