In article <1m6chv00vokq9j5l95vefsepofu619fnpl4ax.com>,
Chrisr <crex.no-spam.bellatlantic.net> wrote:
The invisible .DS_Store file in your home directory is owned by somebody>I have an original eMac with jaguar and updates current to about a
>week ago. I've had the continuing problem of the finder opening
>windows that are too big for the screen, or hold the resizing tab
>under the dock. You can't see the last row of icons because they are
>under the dock, you cant use the scroll arrows because they are under
>the dock. The only work around I've found is changing the resolution
>while the window is open. I was helping my cousin with his eMac today
>and it does the same thing. Does anyone know how to fix it? For the
>life of me, I can't figure out how this made it out the door. The
>other thing, is that I like my hard disk icon in the upper right hand
>corner. I place it there, but the next time I reboot, it's back in
>the middle of the screen. Does anyone know how to fix it?
>If life seems jolly rotten
>There's something you've forgotten,
>and thats to laugh and smile and dance and sing!
else. There's a nice feature (NOT!) in OS X where whomever looks in a
directory first gets to own the window view settings.
You'll have to log in as the admin, run Terminal, type "sudo rm
~/.DS_Store", and then enter the admin password.