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Dashboard has been eliminated from MacOS Catalina

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Published on Jun 13, 2019

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Dashboard has been eliminated from MacOS Catalina

The Dashboard is no longer present in macOS Catalina, and now Apple has confirmed that, after fourteen years, it will be deleted and that the support has been completely removed from WebKit, the open-source rendering engine of Apple that powers Safari.

MacRumors points us to a recent changelog of the changes made to confirm the removal of the support Dashboard from the latest build of WebKit. The functionality has been removed from the beta to the developers for the opening of the MacOS Catalina 10.15. Now that the team WebKit has decided to abandon the support, it is unlikely that the function returns a beta in the future of macOS Catalina.

The Dashboard debuted on Mac OS X Tiger, released 14 years ago in April 2005.

In macOS Mojave and earlier versions, the Dashboard can be activated as any other app, the Dock, Launchpad or Spotlight. There is also a shortcut can be customized to the quick start Dashboard from any point in the system. Some of the typical app Dashboard provided with the Mojave include a weather report, a calculator, and a notepad.

Those add-ins can be downloaded from the web or created from scratch.

Because recent versions of macOS also display these widgets in the notification Center, Apple has disabled the DashBoard by default in OS X Yosemite 10.10 (to re-enable bluetooth manually, go to settings, Mission Control in system Preferences of the Mojave).

 

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