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quicktime player has this habit of playing the video automatically right after you downloaded it. is there a way to disable that ? thank you in advance
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This is an easy one all you have to do is open quick time player then on the menu bar in the top left corner next to the apple it will say quick time player click on it and go to preferences then the box should be checked marked saying play when opened turn the box off and the problem should be fixed
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is it 'automatically play movies when opened' box u were talking abt, if yes then it doesnt work.
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No sorry I might of explained it wrong under preferences there is quicktime preferences then there is a tab saying browser then uncheck the box saying play once downloaded


when I say under preferences I don't mean click preferences then look for quicktime preferences I mean don't click on preferences press the one under it named quicktime preference
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thank you man. i think that should do the tricks
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im sorry to bother u guys again, but wat mgsfan18 said doesnt work
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im sorry to bother u guys again, but wat mgsfan18 said doesnt work
Sorry I'm all fresh out of Ideas
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