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    Mr. MAC
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    I can't get my "widgets" to work
    when i download widgets this is all thats in the folder. how do i get widgets to work?
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    I can't get my "widgets" to work
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    You shouldn't be opening the widget packages. When you download a widget just double click on it and it will install.
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    Mr. MAC
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    whenever i download one it downloads strait into a folder. and what do i double click on? also what is dashboard? do i need to download it or anything??



    heres a pic of what all is in the folder
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    I can't get my "widgets" to work

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    You need Tiger for widgets to work
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    I can't get my "widgets" to work
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    Quote Originally Posted by trpnmonkey41
    You need Tiger for widgets to work
    Or Konfabulator or Amnesty...if you are running Panther.
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