I'm looking for a way to remove the 'quit' action from an application, so I personally cannot close it manually (except by force closing (Cmd+opt+esc).
I've got Wunderlist as my personal To-Do list and use it on Full-screen on a second workspace on my Mac. I simply swipe (4fingers) to the left to quickly access my tasks. Too bad I've got a second habit: quitting/closing an application (Cmd+Q) when I'm done. This often results in closing Wunderlist and having to restart the application. Although this ain't a hassle, I think it can be solved
So I'd simply repeat: Is there a way to protect an application from being closed (perhaps except when force closing, but at least prevented from closing via CMD+Q)?
Perhaps this could be done by removing the keyboard-shortcut from a specific application via Application services via the menubar, but than i'd also be looking for the context of the function name I've to input.