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Is there a way to always display widgets


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I just wanted to know if it was possible.

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It is indeed possible and has been for the last few OS versions if you are willing to cut and paste a Terminal command. Try these directions Dashboard widgets on my Mac OS X desktop? :: Free Tech Support :: Ask Dave Taylor!. Seems to still work OK even in Snow Leopard.

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hey thanks works wonders now

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You're welcome. I forgot to mention that under Snow Leopard I don't think I had to log out of my account then log back in.

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