what progams (i.e. menu extras) are running in backround?

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  1. Frank

    Frank Guest

    is there any way to check what extras are running such as menu extras,
    drop down extras, etc? i think one of them is incompatable with
    panther causing it to quit apps as they start.

    -frank
     
    Frank, Oct 28, 2003
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  2. Frank <> wrote:
    > is there any way to check what extras are running such as menu extras,
    > drop down extras, etc? i think one of them is incompatable with
    > panther causing it to quit apps as they start.


    Process Viewer in your Applications/Utilities folder. But you'll find
    lots of things running, and a lot of them should be running.
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    Heath Raftery, Oct 28, 2003
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  3. Frank

    David Dunham Guest

    In article <>, Frank
    <> wrote:

    > is there any way to check what extras are running such as menu extras,
    > drop down extras, etc? i think one of them is incompatable with
    > panther causing it to quit apps as they start.


    You could also generate a System Profiler report and look for
    Extensions.

    I know ASM and Default Folder both need to be updated for Panther (that
    is, you need to download the latest version -- the developer has
    updated them).

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    David Dunham, Oct 31, 2003
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