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First time opening an app EACH time i open it!?


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Ok, not each time, but i regularly get a message when i open an app, say word, which i don't use regularly, saying that this is the first time i am opening this app, and do i wish to proceed? What's up with that? Not a major prob but annoying. I use onyx to clean my system fairly often. Am i cleaning some log file which makes it appear i haven't used the app before?
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Are you opening the App from a .dmg file???
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Happens to me, too, after dumping the caches with AppleJack. But not every time.
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Are you opening the App from a .dmg file???
Not at all, from my Dock, as usual. So, i'm not the ony one. That makes me feel better all ready@
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Dock means nothing, those are just aliases. Are the Apps inside your Applications Folder?

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Dock means nothing, those are just aliases. Are the Apps inside your Applications Folder?
Yeah, they're installed and everything
Some it's only just started happening with, like word and excel
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Same as Browny. This happens to me sometimes when I deep clean the system with MainMenu. And then again, it isn't all apps that do this, only a couple till, I guess, the system gets its bearings in order again.
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