This is the MacOS’s autosave feature trying to help you. It happens when you experience a crash while there are open documents with unsaved changes. To prevent the re-opening of documents, delete the com.latenightsw.ScriptDebugger6.plist file from the Autosave Information folder within your Library folder. From the Terminal, you can accomplish this with this command:
I looked at the last two crash reports you submitted and the crash appears to be related to the Touch Bar on your Mac. This is an issue we resolved for Script Debugger in the last maintenance release.
As for the re-opening of documents, there should be a com.latenightsw.ScriptDebugger5.plist file in the ~/Library/Autosave\ Information folder. Deleting it will stop the macOS from attempting to re-open the script. You can also look for autosave versions of your script file in the script’s folder. Removing those will also prevent the macOS from re-opening them.
I realize this does not match what you are seeing where there is nothing Script Debugger related in the Autosave Information folder.
Was this maintenance release for SD5? Or Just 6. Whenever I run “Check for updates” it just tells me SD6 is ready
I’ll check permissions etc on the autosave folder. I’m not concerned about it re-opening the app, more about the crashing. If I could just close one window without taking the rest with it, I’d be happy.