Today (Saturday) We will make some minor tuning adjustments to MySQL.

You may experience 2 up to 10 seconds "glitch time" when we restart MySQL. We expect to make these adjustments around 1AM Eastern Daylight Saving Time (EDT) US.


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Tried again and with both mac and cannot recreate your issue... Sorry
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Hi Dennis.,

That Apple post from 2008 is far from relevant on Apple products today!! LOL

But thanks for Googling around Smilie! I also Googled around yesterday and found those old 2008 discussions; but those 2008 Macs were very different than the Macs of today. Thanks for looking!
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Tried again and with both mac and cannot recreate your issue... Sorry
Thanks for trying Victor! It happens to me every time I use Safari, especially after using a form like a login page, etc. Safari always asks me "Are you sure you want to quit Safari?" in an annoying, unwanted popup dialog box.
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I appreciate that what I pointed to is really old stuff but I do know that a top design agency which uses lots of Macs and Linux workstations has UPS's installed that, when a power outage occurs, runs the whole studio on battery backup for an hour and then lands all the boxes gracefully. Failure to land gracefully is not an option. They use Safari all the time so how does that work? The APC service runs a script to shutdown.
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I appreciate that what I pointed to is really old stuff but I do know that a top design agency which uses lots of Macs and Linux workstations has UPS's installed that, when a power outage occurs, runs the whole studio on battery backup for an hour and then lands all the boxes gracefully. Failure to land gracefully is not an option. They use Safari all the time so how does that work? The APC service runs a script to shutdown.

That has little to do with the issue I am having with Safari, Dennis, and the preferences switches in a 2008 has nearly zero to do with a Mac in 2019.

ROTFL Eleven years... that was Mac OS X 10.5, Leopard. , now it is Mac OS 10.14, Mojave.... the OS is very different animal, the preferences are very different. Eleven years!

Honestly, I can Google as well as the next guy and saw that 2009 link you shared before I asked the question. That's why I asked the question; because I could not find the answer on the net. What I need is info some some modern day MacOS user who knows how to get Mojave set up so Safari quits without a popup warning.

Thanks anyway Smilie
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