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    Problem With iDisk
    I can't click the iDisk icon in finder, if I put the cursor on it and click it doesn't select, so I can't connect to my iDisk, Anyone know how to fix it?

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    where is the idisk in the finder? is it an alias? have you tried clicking Go>iDisk>my idisk, or shift+command+i?

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    Has this happened in the past or is this the first occurence of the problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iWhat
    Has this happened in the past or is this the first occurence of the problem?
    I noticed it awhile ago, but I figured it was just messing up because my .Mac account wasn't active, now that I have paid for it, I dont' know why it isn't working. I can't connect by going to Go > iDisk > My iDisk, but then the icon in finder still doesn't work, but I can access it by going to the desktop.

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    I would drag it out of the finder window and put it back in.

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    Over to the left is what I am talking about, I can't click on it

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    In Finder, in the menu bar, go to "Preferences", and uncheck the iDisk icon. Then exit out and see if that gets rid of it. Then reinsert it again.

    Edit: The reason, why I'm asking to get rid of the icon first, because whenever I add an extension in Firefox, sometimes the app won't launch, I have to open finder and click on the app, and not the one in the dock. Then I'll have to replace the icon in the dock, because sometimes it won't want to launch the app.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iWhat
    In Finder, in the menu bar, go to "Preferences", and uncheck the iDisk icon. Than exit out and see if that gets rid of it. Then reinsert it again.
    Sweet, that worked, now that I have paid for a year of .Mac and have iDisk working, I need to find something to do with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mynameis
    Sweet, that worked, now that I have paid for a year of .Mac and have iDisk working, I need to find something to do with it.
    Glad it worked.

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