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Hi there... i just got my iMac G5 about a month ago which is running on tiger and i love it. I do however have some questions about the stickies. When i open the application from the apps folder, i dont see any stickies even when i select file-----> new note from the bar menu on top. When i right click on the sticky icon on the dock from the menu i can see there are 3 untitled notes open but i cant see them.Any idea what might've gone wrong?? Am i missing something here??

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