David Ramsey wrote:I did try closing the "QRecall Monitor" application to prevent this from happening; however, closing it is impossible: that is, you can close it, but it just pops right back up.
In 2.1 the monitor app now appears in the dock and, more or less, acts like a regular app.
If you don't want it in the dock you can hide it (See QRecall > Preferences > Monitor, "Show in dock" setting).
However, if you hide the monitor in the dock you'll also disable the feature where QRecall will prevent your system from restarting or shutting down until all of your running QRecall actions have finished.
If you want to restore the pre-2.1 behavior, go to QRecall > Preferences > Monitor, turn off "Show in dock" and turn "Show in menu bar" back on.
It's possible the Monitor apps is just a monitor.
However, if it's involved in actually starting scheduled actions, it sure would be nice to close it and have it stay closed.
The QRecallScheduler process starts scheduled actions.