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Work laptop runs Snow Leopard - trying to transfer Stickies from there (60 of 'em!) to my own Air, which is running Mountain Lion. I've got the Stickies database, but can't figure out where to drag it. In Snow Leopard it was dropped into "Library" but there's no such folder on Mountain Lion.

This business of transferring from one OS to another is a bit confusing. Thanks for any assistance!
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Click on go from finder, press alt and the user library will appear. Open the library and drop your stickies database in.

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Click on go from finder, press alt and the user library will appear. Open the library and drop your stickies database in.
Thanks - found Library, dragged in the Stickies database, and nothing! Tried 2 more times, and the database still won't open. The thought of 60 or so screenshots is not appealing. Any other way to do this?

Thanks for your time and help.
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