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OS 10.5 - Why is the dock doing this? (screenshot added)


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Recently, I noticed that the "Show in Finder" thing for my dock has changed, as well as other things apparently.

The attachment shows how it looks like now. Not too long ago I tried changing the dock but decided to go back to the default. I think there was more files than what I put in. I guess I'm missing the default files.

Perhaps someone can help me try and get it back to the way it was.
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Yeah, tons of files are missing. You could always get Pacifist, which can reinstall parts of the O.S., such as the Dock. You'll need the Leopard installation CD and find the correct Dock package, though.

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Yeah, tons of files are missing. You could always get Pacifist, which can reinstall parts of the O.S., such as the Dock. You'll need the Leopard installation CD and find the correct Dock package, though.
Well eff, the installation cd is all the way back in NJ. I wonder if the Apple website has something.


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Maybe try downloading the standalone 10.5.2 installer and running it, it includes updates to the doc
http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=307109
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If not, you could always replace your Dock Resources folder with mine.
I've uploaded it to my server: http://titaniumskull.sytes.net/keep/Resources.zip

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If not, you could always replace your Dock Resources folder with mine.
I've uploaded it to my server: http://titaniumskull.sytes.net/keep/Resources.zip
This would've been much faster, hahaha! Thanks anyway for that.

louishen's method also worked.


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