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Thesaurus in Dashboard? One easily overlooked feature of Dashboard is that you can drag multiple instances of a widget onto the screen. (4 messages)


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Duplicate messages in Mail.app -- What could be the cause of duplicate messages when the network connection is unreliable? (1 message)


Hands Off iPhone Talking in my Car -- Is an iPhone's headset illegal to use as a hands-free option? (12 messages)


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