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desktop too big for screen ;-)


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On my iMac screeens resolution it seems as if the screen is not big enough for the desktop. It is not a resolution issue but a shortcut i think, because I did somethink this morning that changed it, and now I can't get back.
I do have all my desktop, but when I take the mouse to the top - my dock dissapears in the buttom and if i go left, the right side of my desktop dissapears.
I have tried all screen resolutions and go to and back from full screen, but it is not that :-(

Can anyone help with a shortcut to get me back?
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Hold down CMD and option - then tap the minus "-" key until it brings it back to the correct size.

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Thanks - I got my Mac back again :-)
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