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Old Nov 3, 2011, 03:23 PM   #1
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Question Force Quit Applications anomaly

Ever since I upgraded to 10.7.2, Force Quit Applications has been behaving oddly. With earlier OS X versions, programs would immediately disappear from the list when you forced a quit. In 10.7.2, they don't disappear until after you close & then reopen the Force Quit window. Quite annoying. Anyone see a similar problem? (i5, 8GB)
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Old Nov 3, 2011, 07:14 PM   #2
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Hmm...that sounds a lil strange it is usually gone from my force quit if I can remember correctly, I guess as long as it quits you still are getting what you want out of it.

How often do you have to force quit programs for me it's a rarity, I know when it has come up a lot (unresponsive app, run away process, etc.) it has usually been related to corrupted plists, oh well another day in mactopia....
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