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Old 26-03-2009
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Loss of substance on each Screen restart for mac

I tried to find a solution, but not solve my problem. Every time I restart my macbook, I lose the wallpapers that I have chosen and find myself with the bottom of screen origin. Yet I select the bottom of my screen since SYSTEM PREFERENCES OFFICE OF SCREEN AND SAVE followed the usual process but there is nothing. do you have a solution? Please tell me thank you.
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Old 26-03-2009
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Re: Loss of substance on each Screen restart for mac

Did not you change the image check at logon or something in the preferences of the office ...check for Desktop folder of the cache folder in your Library folder.
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Re: Loss of substance on each Screen restart for mac

You might not put it in the trash. Reboot see if it works, and out of the trash to put in one place.Cache files in your user folder / Library can be erased without worries
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Re: Loss of substance on each Screen restart for mac

repaired permissions with Disk Utility which is located in Applications / Utilities. Optimizing Apple Mac OS X
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