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On the right hand side of my "taskbar" on the bottom (I know it has a name, but can't remember it right now), I have "downloads" & "documents". When I came home from work today, I noticed that when I click on them, all I have are these black lines instead of "miniature" versions of what is in the dock.

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can you take a picture of what you're talking about and post it?
(cmd+shift+4 for taking a shot of only part of the screen)
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OK, here is another stupid question...

How do I post a pic here?

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Take the screenshot as explained above, then create a new post but using 'go advanced' upload the screenshot which may need resizing for the 1mb limit, click upload.
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To take a Screenshot hold command-shift and the 3 keys and it will save to your desktop
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Here is the screenshot. Wifey got the thing to do right by restarting the computer...

Anyway...here is what we had.

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