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Two ways to kill Classic I didn't know about, attributed to MacFixIt by MWJ:

To kill Classic in Mac OS X, you can either press Command-Option-Escape and pick "Classic Environment" from the list, or press Command-Option-Shift-Q (be careful, there's no warning or confirmation)

Ouch. The second one doeesn't sound too good, but the first is useful. I had always been using the Classic System Preference pane to do it.

To my anonymous detractor, put your name on things if you expect a response.

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