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    Quruli
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    Does OS X have a similar feature?
    I have a problem when I play CoD2, when I press the change alphabet button (japanese model) CoD2 crashes. The OS doesnt as my VoIP still works. Is there anyway of closing the application without rebooting? Like Crl+alt+del in windows?

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    Does OS X have a similar feature?
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    i'm not sure exactly what you're asking...

    are you saying close a program while playing CoD2?

    or does CoD2 still sort of run even hough it crashed?
    if so, you can go to the blue apple and force an application to quit.

    or is it something else?

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    Quruli
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    When I am playing CoD2 if I press the aplhabet change button which i next to the pace bar. The game freezes nothing in the game works. my VoIP still works and everything is ok but I cant do anything. I cant get to the apple just the same CoD2 screen but its frozen.

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    Launch Activity Monitor, find CoD2's process and hit the Quit Process button in the top left.

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    Quruli
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    How can I launch activity monitor? Is there a eyboard shortcut?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quruli View Post
    How can I launch activity monitor? Is there a eyboard shortcut?
    Try Command+Spacebar to launch Spotlight (the blue circle with the white magnifying glass) type Activity Monitor and scroll to select then press enter.

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    ...or hit Apple-Option-ESC to bring up the Force Quit window. This would be the near-equiv of Windows' ctrl-alt-del.

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    Does OS X have a similar feature?
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    As djames said, hit Apple-Option-Esc, it will bring up the Force Quit (similar to End Task in Windows), and will show you the current applications running, select CoD2 from the list and Force Quit it. That should work for you.

    Also, in regards to the Activity Monitor, what you can do is put a shortcut in the Dock so you can launch it easily at any time.

    \Applications\Utilities is the directory of it. Just drag and drop the Activity Monitor icon to the dock for quick access. You can do that with pretty much anything in OS X.

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