I'm relatively new to mac (purchased MBP in October) and I just upgraded to Leopard today. On the previous OS, I was able to arrange and move around the desktop icons as necessary. For example, I would create a sticky note on the left side of my screen reminding me of an assignment or project that I needed to do, and I would drag the corresponding files next to the sticky note. I noticed now that the icons are seemingly "locked" to the grid, unable to move them. Additionally, I find it frustrating that I cannot rearrange the documents or folders within a folder. For example, I have one folder (in 'Documents') with all of my school work, and several sub-folders inside for different projects or classes. I'm only given the options to arrange by name, size, type, etc., but I'd rather be able to drag the most important/most commonly accessed folders to the top of the list--hopefully also placing them in the top of my stack, instead of buried somewhere in the middle. Are there settings/options that I'm overlooking that would allow me to do this, or am I stuck sorting by name, size, type, date modified/having the icons locked to the grid?