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Mac Apps freezing?

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Member Since: Dec 20, 2007
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it's not really an application in general.. that's freezing.. even though i could give a small list: entourage, dreamweaver, photoshop, flash, firefox.. etc.. not sure what i did.. , but now after having a program run for over like a hour the windows in that app freeze like dreamweaver and i cannot move the internal windows/files that were opened.. its strange.. i had disabled dashboard but put it back thinking that was it.. i have onyx downloaded and did a few things on it.. has anyone had this happen before?
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