But lots of newcomers to Mac OS X (especially those coming over from Windows) find it tricky to close, maximise and minimise app windows.
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By the way, I have Opera set to launch on Desktop 2 out of three. EDIT: As you were. I've just discovered I wasn't fully updated. Now I'm on I have to say, it doesn't impact me on the way I work, but yes, let's hope the devs do something about it!
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The initial description of this issue is incorrect. A more accurate description would be "Closed Opera Dock icon won't open a new window or new tab.
Thank you for your specification. Your fix isn't working for me. Removed the old Dock-Icon and adding a new has no effect.
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Still the same issue. I noticed, that the Opera-Icon in the program folder symbolic view is not the app itself, if you right click on "information", it will indicate, that "Opera" is a folder So if you drag this Icon bona fide in your Dock, there is a sort of "folder" instead the app.
It seems there is something wrong with the installation itself. Normally a folder has its Folder-Icon, not the App-Icon.
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For many years now my dock has been empty except for Finder, Trash and any apps that are actually running, and I always open apps using spotlight. And Opera no longer re-opens with a window. It also behaves like other apps when right-clicked, offering "Show Package Contents", which doesn't happen with a folder. Do you have extensions switched off by any chance? Right-clicking this Icon leads to the context-menu of a folder new folder Import from All other Program-Icons are displaying the expected context-menu, as you mentioned Show Package content If I change to List-view, Opera shows also the correct context-menu.
For me its strange but reproducible. I'll see if it survives a shut down and re-boot, but my guess is not; not going to do it now, though. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Post as a guest Name.
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I looked around and found some totally whacked out solutions involving applescript or bash scripting but finally found an incredibly simple and obvious method using System Prefs. I recommend it for everyone who is sick of using the mouse to hit the tiny green jewel. Note on restarting apps: These shortcuts work on an app-by-app basis so it will only work in a given application after the app is restarted. Thus if you restart your computer it will immediately work in all apps. I might have to try the app mentioned in the comments to find true happiness.
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Great tip. In some apps, it just changes the window size. Is this different in Snow Leopard?
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Or do you know a workaround? It seems to be totally undocumented in the HIG the guidelines apple publishes but as far as I can tell in Definitely my least favorite feature in OS X.