This is a bug in certain older release versions that occurs if Mac App Store and Homepage versions are installed in parallel. To fix this, upgrade to HyperDock 1.7 manually.
Due to some restrictions, the App Store version has a slightly reduced feature set:
Try the license recovery tool
You may use your license on all your personal accounts on any Mac.
Make sure you use the latest version. If that doesn't fix it, try to reset your configuration (HyperDock preferences -> About -> Restore Defaults).
I'm not quite sure yet why this happens, but installing a fresh copy seems to fix it (quit System Preferences first).
Maybe, I’m always open to new ideas. Simply drop me a message and I see what I can do.
You should usually receive an answer within 24 hours. If not, try to resend it with a NOSPAM prefix in the subject.
Follow this tutorial to authorize HyperDock to use the Accessibility-API.
They are on my
mid-term long-term todo list.
The crash reports contain the same information that apple uses for their crash reports, i.e. thread states, used libraries, register contents...
HyperDock uses PLCrashReporter for its crash reports. You can find information on their homepage on how to decrypt these. The reason for them not being human readable is that HyperDock strips "debugging symbols" from the binaries to achieve a smaller package size.
Sorry, I internally use much code that is 10.6+ only.
Probably. But you can also adjust volume by scrolling on the iTunes preview OR the iTunes dock icon itself!
I'm currently inspecting this issue. A workaround is to restore the default configuration (HyperDock preferences -> About -> Restore Defaults).