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2011-11-17 07:32:53 -0500 marked best answer how can I put the non-app version of sage on the dock?

You could put it in the file section of the dock and it should work. If you want to add it to the application section then I think you have to create a little automator application or similar.

I'm curious though why you want to do this. Is it so that clicking on the dock icon will launch another terminal session? I have thought of adding this feature to the application but haven't done so yet.

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2011-11-17 07:32:51 -0500 commented answer how can I put the non-app version of sage on the dock?

I don't really know how to create the automator application so I'll have to stick to put it on the file section. Yes, what I wanted is precisely launch sage-terminal session by just a click on the dock. Thanks.

2011-11-16 13:00:10 -0500 asked a question how can I put the non-app version of sage on the dock?

Hi,

I've just installed sage 4.7.2 on a laptop running snow leopard. I put the sage folder inside Applications folder, and inside sage I see the executable icon for sage. When I double click on it everything works fine, but when I wanted to put the executable sage on the dock I could not do it. I guess one can only put .app files on there. I'd would like to have sage there so I don't have to go Applications->sage->sage every single time I want to use it.

Thanks,