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In mac os x lion why cant i drag files and items from the desktop or download stack into the folders I have put in my Documents stack. I have to pull the folder into the desktop then put the file in the folder and then put the folder back into the stack. How to I avoid doing all that? Is there a function in the finder to perform this so?
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