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sdkaneda    0

i've been using an mac with os x since october and i'll just cut to the chase. there's always been this little 8x8 black square that pops into view at the very top-left corner of the screen (covering the curve on the menu). it only shows when the top of my cursor is in that upper leftmost pixel. i noticed today that now it's a blue triangle! i've tried clicking this thing, dragging it, etc. nothing has any effect on it.

so does anyone know what it's for?

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Koyder    0

It might be an issue with the theme you're using. Try switching back to Aqua and see if it's still there.

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Vice    1,594

I would take a guess that your theme is doing it as Koyder said above.

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Elliott    235

I used to have that program too, and I can't remember what it caused by right now.

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tariq    0

Just a guess but could it be Active Screen Corners?

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Etc.    0

Might also be Butler, if you have that running.

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Elliott    235
Might also be Butler, if you have that running.

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That's where I remember it from! Why does Butler do that?

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sdkaneda    0

yeah, it's Butler. :whistle: you can drag a file or a link to that corner and it opens the butler window so you can add it to your custom menu.

in earlier versions it was a little black square and now it's a blue triangle.

mystery solved!

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PureLogic    0

It's nice that they added a option so you can disable the thing (NOT) :angry:

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