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i turn on my powerbook this morning to check my mail and something strange is goin on

my dock has been resized and set to all the standard icons
all of my bookmarks from camino have disappeared
iChat went through the setup you get when you first load up the program (luckily all the address cards were still there)

anybody have any clue as to why this could have happened
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i turn on my powerbook this morning to check my mail and something strange is goin on

my dock has been resized and set to all the standard icons
all of my bookmarks from camino have disappeared
iChat went through the setup you get when you first load up the program (luckily all the address cards were still there)

anybody have any clue as to why this could have happened
Same thing happened to me three days ago. Did you rename your home folder? If so theres your problem, delete the copy of your home folder it made in place of renaming it then name it back to what its supposed to be.
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didn't change anything. i came home from school today and it reverted it again.
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yah I changed my home folder name and that happened. I got a ll freaked out. apparently it creates a new library when u do that
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