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police340

macrumors regular
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Jul 11, 2011
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Hello,
How do you prevent Max Preview from opening last image viewed? If i look at a new image, it always opens up last image I looked at first. I find this annoying. Thanks, Bill
 

balamw

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Aug 16, 2005
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New England
Is this on Lion? I.e. OS X 10.7?

By default all apps will restore on Lion so you need to close the open documents not just quit the app. I usually hit command W several times before hitting command Q.

You can also disable this feature by default in system preferences.

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police340

macrumors regular
Original poster
Jul 11, 2011
115
2
Is this on Lion? I.e. OS X 10.7?

By default all apps will restore on Lion so you need to close the open documents not just quit the app. I usually hit command W several times before hitting command Q.

You can also disable this feature by default in system preferences.

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Yes, 10.7.4 Thanks, Bill
 
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mrgraff

macrumors 65816
Apr 18, 2010
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where exactly?

Under "General" - Uncheck Restore windows when quitting and re-opening apps

Is this on Lion? I.e. OS X 10.7?

By default all apps will restore on Lion so you need to close the open documents not just quit the app. I usually hit command W several times before hitting command Q.

You can also disable this feature by default in system preferences.

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On the other hand, if you're one of those people who do not find this annoying (like me :)) I left the feature on, but when you do need an app to not restore, you can use CMD+ALT+Q
 
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balamw

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Aug 16, 2005
19,366
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New England
Under "General" - Uncheck Restore windows when quitting and re-opening apps

And note that this is a system wide setting and applies to all apps, not just Preview.

On the other hand, if you're one of those people who do not find this annoying (like me :)) I left the feature on, but when you do need an app to not restore, you can use CMD+ALT+Q

You're right, but I prefer the CMD+W method only because it lets me see what was open and I find it much easier to type. I find most keystrokes that take more than one modifier key to type to be a bit of a pain, while I use CMD+single key very easily and frequently.

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