Hello again TotalFinder Developer.
I have by chance I guess, solved the problem on my Mac Pro computer now.
As I stated in earlier text. I did a clean install of Mavericks 10.9.3 from a 8 GB USB Flash drive I made my self from the original Mavericks 10.9.3 installer. When installing a clean install in that way. The installer will NOT make an partition on the OSX harddrive for the “Recovery HD” it will only make a partition for the main Mac OS X system.
And the feature in iCloud in OS X called “Find my Mac” is depended on having that Recovery HD partition on the harddrive.
So I was looking on the web if anybody had got it back.
I stepped over this youtube video here:
And I did what is told in the video.
I started the downloaded Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 installer from “within” Mavericks 10.9.3 operating system. And allowed the installer to install the OS on top of it self so to speak!
After it was finished after approx. 20. minutes. It restarted and I logged on and everything was back to normal. Including the TotalFinder and the system did NOT hang as before.
I started the OS X Software update and the Safari, iBooks and iTunes updates had to be installed again. That was all.
My NVIDIA Graphics Driver was disabled showing me that the graphics driver from the Mavericks installer was in use now.
So I went to NVIDIA.com and downloaded the latest graphics driver for the
Quadro 4000 for Mac graphics card. The NVIDIA CUDU driver was still working so I did not have to install that again.
And then after installation of the NVIDIA graphics driver I restarted Mavericks.
And I have now tried to restart manually.
And the thing/bug about TotalFinder hangs the Finder and Dock is NO MORE!
Everything in the system and my documents, mail, bookmarks etc was still in tact on the system. Only the NVIDIA graphics driver was altered.
In the iCloud setting I now have my “Find my Mac” turned on.
So that worked also for the better. That means my Recovery HD partition is back onboard the main harddrive.
In Activity Monitor app there is not any hanging anymore when login in the system. So I guess I was somehow lucky. Two problems solved.
So it might be worth to try to do what I just did.
Remember to have a backup before trying.
JUST IN CASE!