I had a brainfart earlier, and cleaned my keyboard while my computer was in standby instead of turned off. The result is that by wiping off the keyboard, I hit a ton of keys, causing a lot of bad things to happen to the desktop. The desktop seems like it's somehow disabled, things going wrong are: - Existing Geeklets are gone (but they still exist, according to GeekTool) - Can't drag any new Geeklet to the desktop - Existing files on the desktop don't show - Creating new files on the desktop don't show - Can't right click the desktop (works fine in any other app) - Clicking the desktop doesn't select Finder (it sticks to the app that's open right now) - Can't drag selection-frames on the desktop - Double-clicking the desktop opens the desktop folder (and shows the items that are supposed to show on the desktop. - After a reboot, the items on the desktop (Geeklets and files) show for a second before disappearing again I've tried deleting the com.apple.finder and com.apple.desktop from preferences, but all that did was restore the wallpaper to the default one. Using a fully up to date Snow Leopard.