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Stickies on my macbook

My stickies are on my dock and when you click on them or go to file, new note nothing happens.  I get no note.  The program seems to be there it just does not work.

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  • Dayna K Oct 29, 2008

    Yes the dot is there. 

  • Krabby May 11, 2010

    Is there a dot or triangle under the stickies application in the dock?

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Go home folder>library>preferences> and remove com.apple.Stickies.plist file. then relaunch stickies.

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