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i've an annoying little problem developed on my imac

normally there is an airport icon in the finder menu bar
show strength of signal, but its disappeared?

anyone tell me how to get it back?

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Go to your System Preferences for Network and make sure the box is checked for show AirPort status in menu bar.

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Go to your System Preferences for Network and make sure the box is checked for show AirPort status in menu bar.
thank you for that

somehow it had become unticked

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