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    Turning off Apps on start in Mountian loin
    I just recently loaded Mountain Loin on my MACbook. But now when I boot up my mac . My Email. My entourage email and MS word boot up. How can I stop this?


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    Are you completely shutting down Entourage and Word when you quit Mountain Lion?

    Also: Entourage and Word icons in your dock, right click and select options. Make sure open at login is not selected.

    And: System Preferences, Users and Groups, Login Items. Make sure Entourage and Word are not selected.

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    The only thing checked off in option is, keep in dock.

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    As chscag suggested make sure you are completely quitting these programs (command q) instead of just closing the window. Also, when you are shutting down the computer make sure that the "Reopen Windows when logging back in" option is unchecked.
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    How do I do this:

    Also, when you are shutting down the computer make sure that the "Reopen Windows when logging back in" option is unchecked.

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    When you are shutting down the computer that option appears automatically. Simply uncheck it and shut down.
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    "Got Time to breathe. You got time for music." Denver Pyle as Briscoe Darling

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    Thank you.

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    You're welcome. Let us know if that doesn't cure things.
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    Use the 'Quit' command rather than just hitting the little red button. The latter merely closes the window and not the program.
    Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!

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    I've noticed that Opera sucks with Mountain Loin. everything looks out of wack and Facebook acts crazy. jumping all over the place.

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    No problem with Opera here other than it seems to be slower than Chrome. Latest version is 12.6 in case you're using an older version.

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    This is what my Opera looks like. See the left hand side.
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    That really is weird. It looks like the page encoding may be messed up. Have you tried removing Opera and reinstalling?

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    Yes I have. lol I had it backed up on time machine so I deleted from the computer and reloaded it.

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