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my finder home looks different


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whenever I used to click finder.. it would show my HD first.. then the less important stuff in order from top to bottom.. now i dont know what happened but when I open it now.. desktop is at the top... my HD is somewere in the middle.. the network icon is gone..all my folders such as music pictures, downloads are in alphabetical order.

Edit... NVM.. I found it.. I had clicked that little dot that hides the side bar
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