No no. Read the post where I said to actually put Classic Starter in the prefs pane, not the script that calls Classic Starter. Then you could check "hide" and have it work.<br><br><pre>** sometimes you win, and sometimes you learn **</pre><p>
Yes, but then like Nutty said it wouldn't have been on a delay. I've put it last in the order of startup items, and FAP still doesn't load up fast enough to beat that auto-activation extension in Classic...<br><br>
there used to be an option to hide the Classic window in one of the older versions of OS X. From what I read, it didn't work.<br>at least you can hide the Classic (desktop) part of the window, but you will still have the progress bar part visible.<br><br><br>My Stuff
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