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Ok first of all I accidently deleted my downloads stack.... How do i get it back?LOL

And I thought we were supposed to be able to drag any group of items to the dock and it would become a stack... well it's not working for me, is it for any of you?

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By "group of items" do you mean a folder or did you just select a bunch of items and drag them in? I don't have Leopard yet but the video said you drag a folder in...

As far as the downloads stack, drag your Downloads folder into the dock and you should be fine...

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Ah, you are right about the folder dragging

I had a big noob moment; I didn't even know I had a downloads folder!

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Have experimented with dragging multiple folders to the dock - they all work - and a group of items as in a folder, not just a bunch of random items from multiple folders - if you want to do this - you will need to create a folder first and drop the items you want into it, then drag that folder to the dock

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