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Member Since: Mar 09, 2004
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rman's reply should work. I had a similar issue and I handled it like this: open terminal, type top (lists all running process) check the list for the app you want terminated, then as rman said type kill (PID) or kill -9 (PID) in case the first doesn't work
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