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How to Modify the Launchpad Layout from Mac OS X

When you find Launchpad as default on your Mac OS X, it can stand against quickly to launch the app with a single tap. This Launchpad will be display into grid icons which comes rows and columns of each app, but doing some adjustment with a command line of OS X you can easily switch and modify those icons in the number of grid type of apps that you can see on your Mac homescreen. When you are doing this it can support only Terminal app.

Here you can get the point to adjust the number of rows and columns from Mac:

Head Over to Open Terminal app from your Launchpad. You have to perform two Terminal commands one is rows and columns.

defaults write com.apple.dock springboard-columns -int ColNum;

After that you have to perform on rows, that you are changing to the number of selections for X:

defaults write com.apple.dock springboard-rows -int RowNum

Once you have done, give restart your Launchpad app with these commands. After that, enter the command below give into Terminal and give enter.

defaults write com.apple.dock ResetLaunchPad -bool TRUE; killall Dock

Finally, your Launchpad fully customized for your interest.

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