I still would like someone to assist me in finding my lost Mac OS X icon/link in the dock (the one that opens Safari and goes to the Mac webpage).
But I Googled the problem and found something better to take its place. I forgot what website it is, so it's not my idea, but it's a Tiger version of Stacks, an upcoming program in Leopard that allows you to see all your programs at once.
Just put the Applications folder next to the trash bin. When you click and hold on the folder, all your apps come up and you can click and chose without using the Finder. I think that most people know how to do this though.
Anyway, help for the dock would be appreciated.
I am running a MBP with a 2.16Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor. 2GB RAM, and other good stuff.
My problem is I don't know how to reset the dock. I have used Terminal to kill the dock and bring it back, but that is not the thing. I want to restore the dock to what it looked like when I turned on the computer for the first time.
Actually, I accidentally deleted the Mac OS X link next to the trash bin and I want to get it back.
If someone could tell me how to put it back or reset the dock to factory settings without reinstalling Mac OS X, I'd be very happy.