Shades Bug Report

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Two shades

  • Type: Other
  • Version Tested: 1.2b3 (Intel)
  • OS Version Affected: Mac OS X 10.6
  • Status: Open

Description

I have two shades on my computer and I can not delete them...
How can I get rid of them so I can start over?

Submitted at 9:02pm on 27 Sep 2009

Updates

Open the Activity Monitor application and you can use it to force quit any running Shades instances. Then go to System Preferences, click on the Accounts icon and remove Shades from your login items.

Now when you click Start in the Shades preferences panel it should launch the latest version only. If it launches 1.2b2 instead, click Stop, then remove the Shades preference pane and reinstall 1.2b3.

Posted by Nick at 08:29am on 28 Sep 2009

Same problem!

Posted at 3:24pm on 28 Sep 2009

I actually just had the same thing. Had two shades icons at one, and my screen was flashing every few seconds. I restarted, and the older one seems to be gone now. I can't find anything about v1.2b2 anymore so I guess this has fixed itself?

Hopefully it'll not flash again.

By the way, shades isn;t in my startup items but does start start up, how do I control that then?

Posted by Adam Wilson at 08:28am on 29 Sep 2009

Shades automatically adds itself to startup items when you start it from the Shades preferences panel, and removes itslef when you stop it from the preferences panel.

That way if it's running when you shut down it will run when you start up, but if you stop it explicitly it won't automatically launch.

Posted by Nick at 9:44pm on 30 Sep 2009

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