I am using Infuse on macOS Monterey 12.5 on an Intel MacBook Pro 16" 2019, and I have a pretty large library.
I quit Infuse via Cmd+Q. Then I click on the Infuse icon in the dock, and the app launches instantly, as if I didn’t quit it. I do mean instant, as if I didn’t quit the app. For example, if I am watching a video in Infuse, and then while the video is playing, if I press Cmd+Q, the app quits. But then I click on the Infuse icon and the app opens instantly on the video playing screen, instead of its home screen.
Is this a macOS Monterey feature, or an Infuse bug?
The app will continue to be semi-available to run background tasks for a few minutes after closing. If you quit and then wait awhile before relaunching, it will take a few seconds to launch (indicating it has been fully closed).
Thank you for your reply. I read the thread as well. So, Infuse is waking up my NAS along the process to check for updates? Are you sure this is a macOS feature? I mean, when an app is “quit”, it is off. At least that would be the expected behaviour. I see that you mentioned in the thread to add a setting to Infuse so that it doesn’t do Background App Refresh-like activities on macOS, but your comment was about a year ago.
Do you know how can I prevent macOS keeping Infuse alive and/or Infuse doing regular checks to my library? I am assuming you have a special service that is running in the background to do that, but I don’t know how/what that service is.