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OS 10.5 - Leopard quick search preset.


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Hey,
I have a quick leopard question. When you open the finder there are several search pre-sets on the left. I deleted the one I use most, I think its called daily or most recent, Its followed by yesterday and past week then images, movies, documents

Can someone help me get that pre-set back. Thanks.

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I'm going to assume you will just need to make it manually.

Create a new search with the criteria you are looking for and then you can save it as a new search. Then you can move it around in whatever order you want.
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I deleted the one I use most, I think its called daily or most recent, Its followed by yesterday and past week then images, movies, documents
When you say deleted, do you mean you dragged it from the sidebar and it went up in the usual puff of virtual smoke? I ask cos I haven't updated from Tiger so I just wondered.

Have you looked in the Finder Preferences or the View options within the Finder window?
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Yep.
I looked in all the finder options and system preferences.

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