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No new hints today or tomorrow as I'll be spending the holiday with family and friends. Hope you and yours have a wonderful holiday season, and we'll be back as usual on Monday morning.

-rob.
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Happy Holidays!
Authored by: jeastwood on Dec 25, '08 03:31:54PM

All the best to you and yours also Rob.

Thanks for the work you continue to do and the help you provide. All the best for the New Year.

Jamie



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Happy Holidays!
Authored by: Frillo on Dec 26, '08 05:33:40AM

All the best to you and the ones you love.
Greetings from Rome, Italy



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Happy Holidays!
Authored by: poenn on Dec 26, '08 07:13:11AM

Greetings from Germany!
This is the best hints-site for OS X there is. :-)



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Happy Holidays!
Authored by: 4wallz on Dec 26, '08 10:57:58PM

Q. My brother removed the old version of Open Office from his iMac. Now he cannot remove the App's Icon from his dock. Any suggestions? He logged in as the Admin and was able to remove the icon under that account, but under his ‘family' login, the icon still appears.

PS. Happy Holidays to you too!



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10.5 Business Widget
Authored by: mortman on Dec 27, '08 04:29:27AM

Has anyone determiner how to make the 10.5 business widget show the Google maps?

An interesting oddity is that the Google maps works as expected on my G4 laptop and G4 Quicksilver desktop. Both computers are 10.5.5. However, I recently purchased an iMac and migrated the files from the Quicksilver desktop and the business widget dropped the Google maps.

Any ideas.



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Happy Holidays!
Authored by: Creaction on Dec 29, '08 05:54:24AM

If this is the wrong area to post this, I apologize.
The keyboard shortcut: Cmd>Opt>Eject is not working with 10.5.6 update of Leopard. It will go into Sleep, but it won't stay asleep.
This shortcut worked fine with Tiger 10.4.11.
Is anyone having the same problem?



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