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just got the new unibody mac pro.... i want to delete some widegets but for some reason cant figure it out... any advice?
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Do you mean removing the widgets from the page or deleting them off your computer completely?

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Hit the + bottom left of Dashboard. X will appear on all widgets, close the ones you do not want on the dashboard. Selecting any widgets from the bottom row will put them on the dashboard.

Select the widget icon and you can deselect the widgets you do not want to be kept available.

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Hit the + bottom left of Dashboard. X will appear on all widgets, close the ones you do not want on the dashboard. Selecting any widgets from the bottom row will put them on the dashboard.

Select the widget icon and you can deselect the widgets you do not want to be kept available.
That, or hold the Option key while hovering the mouse pointer over the widget to display a white "X". Click the "X" and the widget will be removed from the dashboard. If you want it again later, hit the "+" sign as torchy described, and select it.

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perfect! got it thanks guys
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