This has now happened twice since installing Leopard. It happened once about a month or so ago, and now this afternoon.<br><br>I'm working on something and I get a big crash. Big, where every application quits and the screen goes blue. Then the desktop returns and its as if I had logged out and back in.<br><br>I wonder if this is a new way of dealing with major issues before they become a full-blown Kernal panic? If not, I've got gremlins.<br><br>
Loc: Yuba City, California
I haven't suffered any big crashes but I have seen Safari quit all too frequently and just today the crash was accompanied by a message that suggested a flash plug-in is probably to blame.<br><br>Mail unexpectedly quit this morning as well. That was a first.<br><br>Although PS and Illustrator have been notorious quitters in the past, they have been pretty stable lately but I keep my fingers hovering over Command-S just the same.<br><br><br>M i c h a e l (OFI)
It's very rare, but I have seen the same thing happen on one of the Macs at the office - everything shuts down immediately and it logs out and back in nearly immediately (all the startup apps relaunch, etc.).<br><br>CreativeGuy for daily tips, tricks and commentary on all things graphic design.
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