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It works for Leopard, too
Authored by: shamino on May 19, '08 02:53:25PM

This worked for me on Leopard (10.5.2). It helps me enormously, because my Time Machine volume no longer umounts when I log out, and the hourly snapshots are produced 24/7, as I want them.

I created the plist using the Property List Editor application from the developer tools, and set the property as a boolean value. I didn't have to change it to an integer, as some people reported for Mac OS X 10.4.



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It works for Leopard, too
Authored by: Whizzbizz on Jun 10, '09 11:18:13AM

Seems like it works for me (Leopard 10.5.7), too. My torrent client used to ask for the disk at startup and would change every single torrents' download folder to another location because of the delay.

Thanks for the hint and to "stephenr" at Transmission's blog for communicating it.



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