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WEIRD bug--textedit and .dmg linked


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so I decided to use Disk Utility to create a password protected, 128-bit AES encrypted image on my macHD for personal files. I created a new folder in my user library to hide it, and put it there. works great, have been saving excel and .rtf files in it for a few days. this morning, though, I launched textedit (new, blank file) without the .dmg mounted, and a dialogue window opened asking me for my password to the .dmg!! it's persistent, I can't cancel out of it, and every time I open textedit now it mounts that encrypted image. why is textedit linked with that file? what the...

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