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I chose an option some time ago (I am not sure if it was a native one or an installed application) that automatically minimizes all windows every time I choose one program.

Now I upgraded to Lion and wanted to disable that... But can't find how to do it... Any help ?

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Help! More info! What "one program" would that be?
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Hi,

Anyone. For instance, if I am working on Safari and I open finder, the Safari window is automatically minimized.

I found this thread with the same problem, but couldn't quite figure out what to do...

Windows automatically closing when switching applications


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Ok, in that link, the solution for that user was to log in under a different user account. Have you tried that?
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Ok, in that link, the solution for that user was to log in under a different user account. Have you tried that?
I was trying to erase some plist file first... But then, yes, I gave up and created a new user. It does work!

Thanks a lot,

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