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Dock icons are present but invisible

Several icons in my dock (Safari, DVDPlayer, DVD-Cloner for Mac and others) are invisible.

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If they are invisible, how do you know they are there?

are there gaps in the dock display?

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I know they're there!

I know they're there because there's a gap, there's a blue light underneath if the app is open and the name comes up when I place the cursor over the space. But there is no icon.

<div>I've tried removing and replacing to no avail - I'll try resetting the PRAM and see if that does anything.
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Interesting, not seen that before.

can you drag the Safari app into the dock in another location?

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