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OS 10.4 - Random Logouts


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I leave my macbook running and the screensaver kicks in. Sometimes if I am working on something and come back, the logout error comes up that I was working on something and Word or another program wouldn't let it quit. Other times, it does succussefully log out and I am sent to the login screen. This is a pain because sometimes I do leave windows open and I lose what I am working on. Please advise
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