mini applications that are hosted in the OS X Dashboard

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Which are the OS X Dashboard Widgets you can't live without?

I don't use widgets that much, but one particular widget makes the dashboard useful to me. That's iStat iStat Pro is a highly configurable widget that lets you monitor every aspect of your Mac,...
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Any way to make weather widget stick to its place?

I have four weather widgets on my dashboard at the moment. The problem I'm finding is that when I arrange them one way - every now and then some of them move down by 20-100 px approximately. I think ...
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Cmd+plus now opens Widgets instead of zooming

This has just started happening in the last few weeks, and I can't work out how to change it. It used to be that I could use Cmd+= to zoom in in my web browser, and cmd+- to zoom out. But just ...
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Make OS X Dashboard Widgets appear in Desktop

Dashboard Widgets would be much more useful as MenuBar apps, but some aren't. Is there a way to force OS X to display active Widgets in the MenuBar or as application windows?