Joe Lewis Wilkins
pepetoo at Cox.Net
Thu Mar 8 10:57:05 CST 2007
I was just passing on some information. As I said, I haven't used it
myself so I don't know the exact details.
On Mar 8, 2007, at 7:08 AM, Stephen Barncard wrote:
> After a hang, there is a FORCE QUIT item in the OSX dock icon menu.
> Clicking and holding will reveal the menu. It's been there for a
> while. Are you sure you didnn't just get lucky with the right menu
> item or does it work without selecting one of the items??
>> Hi all,
>> One of the other lists to which I subscribe had the following hint
>> that you may find useful in OSX.
>> I'm just wondering if everyone else is aware of something I find
>> very handy. When an app hangs, you can usually force quit by
>> clicking and holding its icon in the dock... A menu will pop up
>> offering "Force quit," and choosing it will do so without asking
>> for confirmation or leaving behind a window you must dismiss. I
>> find it much more convenient than cmd-opt-esc.
>> Also, the cmd-opt-esc may not apply to Rev; I've never tried
>> either one. My thanks to Jay Reeve for his insight.
>> Joe Wilkins
> stephen barncard
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