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Old 03-21-2014, 11:52 AM
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I did not bother to clear the Accessibility database. SuperDuper! 2.7.2 operates without a hitch. BUT, at the time I installed 2.7.2, there were 3 Applets in the Accessibility Pref Panel. Today, I checked the panel for another reason and now there are 5 Applets and one was checked.
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Old 03-21-2014, 11:54 AM
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I have no idea why Apple might be doing that, because we are not using the one command we used that triggered this ("exists process xxx").
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I did not bother to clear the Accessibility database. SuperDuper! 2.7.2 operates without a hitch. BUT, at the time I installed 2.7.2, there were 3 Applets in the Accessibility Pref Panel. Today, I checked the panel for another reason and now there are 5 Applets and one was checked.
I did a bit more checking about the Applets. None of them were selected in the Accessibility Pane. I launched SD! and deleted all of the scheduled backups. I then re-checked the accessibility pane and all 5 Applets had reappeared. I have left them all unchecked and they don't seem to do anything but clutter up the Accessibility pane.
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"Reappeared"? I can't see how that's true - they never disappeared.
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