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OS 10.5 - Disabling "are you sure"


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Is it possible to disable the "are you sure" message when I wish to log out of my iMac.

I am running Leopard 10.5.2 and have several users on this machine, for which I am the only one with admin privileges.

I frequently wish to log out quickly, usually using the keyboard shortcut, and do not want the "Are you sure you want to quit all applications and log out now?" dialogue box. I want it to just log out straight away.

I recall seeing a fix for this but a search on this Forum and Google has not revealed it. Help would be much appreciated.

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I think Shift-Option-Command-Q works
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Thank you. Such a simple solution!
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