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Late 2011 MBP with mountain lion, dock problem


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Hey. I have my dock set to always show on the bottom (i.e. "automatically hide and show the dock" is NOT selected). Yet my dock still behaves as if I have that option checked. It will only show up if I move the cursor to the bottom. I don't recall having this problem before installing mountain lion.
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Let's do a NVRAM reset and see if that cures the wayward dock. If not, it might be a corrupted plist file that needs to be deleted.
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Let's do a NVRAM reset and see if that cures the wayward dock. If not, it might be a corrupted plist file that needs to be deleted.
Will do that now, thanks.
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2. Locate the following keys on the keyboard: Command (⌘), Option, P, and R. You will need to hold these keys down simultaneously in step 4.
Kind of like the old game of Twister, only on the keyboard.
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