Hey all first post here, I disabled the Dashboard a while back and haven't missed it at all. However I'm messing around with my boot camp setup and I need a way to force hibernation instead of the "hybrid" sleep that happens automatically. So I remember that I disabled it with a simple command from Terminal, but don't remember it off the top of my head. I've been googling around for "disable Dashboard mac lion" which has brought up the following: Code: defaults write com.apple.dashboard mcx-disabled -boolean YES killall Dock which seems extremely likely to have been how I disabled it, but this isn't bringing it back when I change the boolean to false, like so Code: defaults write com.apple.dashboard mcx-disabled -boolean NO and killall Dock it's still gone. I've gone back and forth quite a few times but I haven't been able to get it to come back. Is there any way I can force the process to start up manually? I've tried opening the Dashboard.app but it doesn't do anything and doesn't have any output in the log or command line. I'm pretty stumped, and I'm still pretty new to OS X (but not Unix) maybe someone more familiar with the internals can help me kickstart this thing?