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Getting program to run on startup?


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Hey all,

I'm just trying to figure out how to get the program CoreDuoTemp to run on startup. Do I need to copy the file somewhere or is there some kind of setting I can turn on? I've tried searching but to no avail.
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System Preferences > Accounts > Login Items
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There's an easier way. If something is in your Dock, just right click it and click on 'Open at Login'.
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There's an easier way. If something is in your Dock, just right click it and click on 'Open at Login'.
amazing isn't it?
there always seems to be an easier way with macs.

So in short, open coreduotemp as you usually would. This will place it on the far right hand side of the dock. either secondary click or click and hold. then click on open at login.

very easy
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