Get back Dashboard icon in the Dock

Discussion in 'macOS' started by Kardashian, Jul 15, 2006.

  1. Kardashian macrumors 68020

    Kardashian

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    #1
    I accidentally removed the Dashboard icon from the dock - anyone know how to get it back?

    Thanks..
     
  2. puckhead193 macrumors G3

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    go to your applications folder and just drag it down their
     
  3. Kardashian thread starter macrumors 68020

    Kardashian

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    Oh. My. GOD.

    Whats a matter with me today? Seriously?

    It skipped my mind to even check the App. folder, for some reason I thought it was like the Dock, it runs as part of the system, or FrontRow, and therefore isn't an App. with an icon that a user can open and close at will.

    Thanks, very embarissed.
     
  4. puckhead193 macrumors G3

    puckhead193

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    its ok, i forgot how to set keyframes in FC :eek:
     
  5. trainguy77 macrumors 68040

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    heck, I still don't know how to do that. :eek: Maybe never using it might have something to do with that......:D
     
  6. PigeonCake macrumors newbie

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    Just for the record I've just googled this because it's been bugging me for weeks now...and I'm also quite embarrassed...
     
  7. marikavs macrumors member

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    2011 Update - SnowLeopard

    I didn't forget that, but I 'forgot' something I didn't know. In SnowLeopard you have to first "Open in Finder" and then drag! It wasn't until I read a post which talked about dragging it from the Finder that I realized the white-on-black list from Applications, which I despise btw, might not belong to the Finder. (I couldn't drag from there.) Now I also understand why one of the entries at the bottom (below Options when you Name-Folder-List it in the dock) is "Open in Finder." I use it a lot. What I don't understand is why "they" created the white-on-black to begin with.
     

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