Are you sure the window is closed, and not just obscured by
another window or in a different "space"? The task is still
running. It looks like your tasks take about 75 minutes, so this
one has some time left in it. In the CCC log, you'll see a line
like this when the task has finished:
07/29 04:44:47 iMac to CCC: Time elapsed: 01:14:42. Data copied:
Did you see the huge time gap between "Cloning..." and
the next message?
That's normal (24 minutes in this case). CCC doesn't log
progress indication, so you should expect to see a gap between
"Cloning" and "Hiding files that should be hidden".
I guess I should just check the log and wait for the
end message and assume it's running and not depend on the
You can certainly rely on the content of the log, but I'd be
really surprised if the window closed without any indication in the
log. It has a panel attached to it, so technically it can't close
until the panel is dismissed, which won't happen until the task is
aborted or finishes. I suspect the window was either lost offscreen
or stuck in another space. If you changed screen resolution or made
some other display configuration change, that could explain the
disappearance of the window.
There's nothing logged specific to the window being closed. If I
saw "User clicked the Stop button", I'd know that the task had been
aborted and that the window would probably be dismissed. Even then,
though, that isn't a given. Error messages could keep the window
open, the defer panel could keep it open, etc. I haven't had a lot
of problems with the task window itself in the past, so I don't
have a lot of debug information sent to the log about it.