Docks can collapse in one of two different ways: they can 'shrink' so that only the control tile is visible, or, when docked to a screen edge, they can hide 'behind' the screen edge, just like WorkShelf does. A dock that hides this way can be shown again by 'bumping' the associated screen edge with the mousepointer.
These bitmaps only need to be used if you wish to provide a 'corrected' version for when WorkShelf is upside down, otherwise WorkShelf will automatically flip the normal bitmaps to display the inverted version.
Docks can be temporarily disabled if necessary, which prevents the dock from being displayed on the screen while at the same time preserving its contents. Disabled docks can be later re-enabled via the tab of WorkShelf Preferences.
Docks can be named for identification purposes, since WorkShelf supports multi-docks. The name of a dock is displayed when you mouse over the control tile.
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