Stop MobileMe / iCloud mobile document hang

  • November 22nd, 2011
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The spinning [OS X] beach ball of death would often pop-up whenever I started a new iA Writer document. I fired up Console.app to see if there were any hints as to what may be causing the temporary hang and found the following: 11/22/11 11:07:35.566 AM librariand: items added to file://localhost/Users/Hermes/Library/Mobile%20Documents/ mobile documents not enabled […]

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