Question about Apple Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger for Mac
...and interrupts whatever I am working on. Then I have to click on
my email, program, or whatever I was working on to proceed.
Seems to have started after I updated QuickTime. Have uninstalled and reinstalled...still a problem. When I am interrupted it always goes back
to finder window until I click on whatever I was working on.
It might be linked to Stuffit. Do you guys have Stuffit installed? There is a preference called Stuffit
AVR (Archive Via Rename): In your system preferences go to the bottom
and click on the Stuffit AVR option. Click the Stuffit AVR tab on the left, and click the "STOP" button. This should do the trick. For
some reason this is cycling through our desktop/finder and causing so
much of the frustration when you update your quicktime.
If that did not help or if you do not have Stuffit, try turning off Affloat.
Let me know if this helped!
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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