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I am trying to make the icons smaller on the screen's desktop; I tried System Preferences; Display is not accessible as current user; I logged in as Admin; changed the Display on System Preferences; it worked only while logged in as Admin; how to change the display settings on another user's login? thanks.
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Thanks; that was too easy!!!!
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