"Reopen windows when logging back in"

Discussion in 'Mac OS X Lion (10.7)' started by iPhone1, Aug 3, 2011.

  1. iPhone1
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    #1
    This box in shut down is the bane of my existence. How do I disable this by default? Is there a script I can run in Terminal?
     
  2. cinematicme
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  3. TimSS
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    Even with those settings, the prompt still pops up during logoff, and the checkbox is checked. I'm with the OP; it's annoying.
     
  4. cinematicme
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    its supposed to be unchecked.
     
  5. 3bs
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    I'm still being asked and the box is still checked
     
  6. emt1
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    Those are two separate functions. The OP is referring to applications being restored after restart, not after simply closing and reopening an app.
     
  7. murdercitydevil
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    I'd like to know this as well. There has to be a plist somewhere that controls whether or not that goddamn check box is checked by default.
     
  8. Steve's Barber
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    It's a bug (oversight). The setting just isn't being written. 7.1 should address it so I wouldn't bother with scripts or workarounds.
     
  9. MartiNZ
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    I first read this as "It's supposed to be annoying", which seemed like a really good response ... and accurate :D!
     

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