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Facetime App gone missing on my Mac desktop


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Don't know what happened, but I cannot find my FACETIME on my Mac desktop. I tried buying new app from the App Store, but it was not allowing me, because I have an existing FACETIME installed. How do I recover my FACETIME so I can start enjoying it? Thank you in advance.
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Is it possible that you mean FaceTime is no longer in your Dock? If that's what you mean, what happened is you accidentally pulled it off.

The actual app is still in /Applications and can be dragged back onto the Dock.
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