Add Spaces to Your MAC OSX Dock

Adding spacers into your dock to visually separate the icons can be a big help. By adding spaces, you can group related icons together for ease of use, but have just enough of a visual difference to prevent you from spastically clicking on the wrong ones.

In your Terminal prompt, type:

defaults write persistent-apps -array-add '{"tile-type"="spacer-tile";}'
killall Dock

When your dock restarts (after running the killall Dock), you’ll see a spacer in the right-side. You can click and drag this spacer to wherever you need, and you can re-run that command in your Terminal window to create as many spacers as you want. And just like any other dock icon, you can right+click and remove, or just drag it off the dock to get rid of it.