This terminal tweak will enable a hidden list view for your stacks that is way better then the default one that comes with OS X. Enable hidden Stacks list view with the following command:
When applications first open or need to alert the user of some new update, the icons in the dock bounce. Very helpful when you are multitasking, but some users find it distracting. Use following command to stop the icons from bouncing.
If you prefer a minimalist Mac OS X Dock, set the Dock to only display active running apps.
If you use the hidden Dock feature in Mac OS X, you can speed up the time it takes to show the Dock. The command removes this delay.
Enable a hover effect for stack folders in grid view. When you moving over an item in a Stack in grid view, the item will be highlighted, making it easy to see.
In Mac OS X you can hide an application with the key combination cmd⌘ + H. That the application is hidden you can not see directly in the Dock. Using this command, hidden applications are displayed with a translucent icon in the Dock: