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I would love some help here... I know the terminal command (also kill finder) and then hold F12 for moving the widget to desktop. F12 is the volume key on MBP so I have hard time moving it out... any easier way to achieve this? Am I doing something wrong here?

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Try using the dashboard key (F4). It isn't important that you use the F12 key, any key that will open or close the dashboard should work just fine.

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@mcyukon... it works; you are right... I did a google search and came up with that answer too... thanks again

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