Slow Quit Apps
Slow Quit Apps
0.2.7

5.0

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Slow Quit Apps0.2.7

26 December 2016

Adds a delay of 1 second to the Cmd-Q shortcut.

Overview

Slow Quit Apps is an OS X app that adds a global delay of 1 second to the Cmd-Q shortcut. In other words, you have to hold down Cmd-Q for 1 second before an application will quit. When the delay is active, an overlay is drawn at the center of the screen.

What's new in Slow Quit Apps

Version 0.2.7:
  • terminate other instances of SQA on app start/li>

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2 Reviews of Slow Quit Apps

5
MichaelHaeusler
28 July 2016
Version: 0.2.2

Most helpful

Valuable software! The 1-second delay is a bit too long for my taste, but entering defaults write com.dteoh.SlowQuitApps delay 500 in the shell for ½ a second is easily done. Accidentally quitting a software doesn't happen often, but it's annoying every time, especially when you have added the Quit menu to Finder.
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5
MichaelHaeusler
28 July 2016
Version: 0.2.2
Valuable software! The 1-second delay is a bit too long for my taste, but entering defaults write com.dteoh.SlowQuitApps delay 500 in the shell for ½ a second is easily done. Accidentally quitting a software doesn't happen often, but it's annoying every time, especially when you have added the Quit menu to Finder.
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5
SawtoothRising
26 July 2016
Version: 0.2.2
A crazy simple solution to prevent you from accidentally closing an application, a rarely experienced problem but you'd wonder why it wasn't already built into the os. This app is next to invisible with no menulet/dock icon, unless you press cmd q of course when a circle will appear on your screen and quickly fills until you release both cmd and q keys. The amount of time you get is configurable by a terminal command found here https://github.com/dteoh/SlowQuitApps#changing-default-delay Activity monitor is your friend should you ever want to quit the app but I don't see why you would
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