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OS 10.4 - locking desktop icons


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i rearranged my desktop icons across two displays for organization purposes...

when i do a restart os x moves them all back to the primary display. is there a way to lock them in place the way i want them?

the only options i've found is to snap to grid, and keep arranged by name, kiind, etc ...
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