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Hey, why doesn't my dock have little black arrows pointing to the programs that are currently running/opened. It annoys me because I'm now going through right clicking on ever little icon in my dock to make sure it's closed.

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That is a strange one.. what version of OS X do you have? maybe you need an upgrade? I cant say that I have seen.. or heard of anything like that before
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I got the OS 10.2.7 that came with the G5.

This is weird, because I really don't see the arrows on the dock, but yet when I take a screen shot of it the little arrows are there!? wtf? And my dock is grey instead of aqua blue, but I think that happened when I changed my background.

Anyways, it's still really annoying I'll try rebooting and see what happens.

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Okay, it's fixed, the re-boot isn't what fixed it, I just found out I had my monitor's settings too big and that the bottom part of the dock was hidden. So I shrunk the size a little and there they are! lol.

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*laugh* ok well that works I havent seen 10.2.7 so Im glad you figured it out
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Off topic, but how's the G5? Feel like writing up a review and putting in the PowerMac section?

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Sure I'll write a review. It will come from a Mac Newbie's point of view. But personally I think it's great, I basically unplugged my wintel machine and started the Mac and haven't looked back. I mean, i still have software, music and pictures on my old machine and I'll soon have to backup my stuff and send it over here, but for now I'm just enjoying myself way too much.

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Can't wait

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Definitely would like to hear this one
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