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Cannot completely remove GeekTool

Cannot completely remove GeekTool

Postby renegade » Mon Aug 22, 2011 12:15 pm

Using GT in Lion over its various incarnations, I have run into a problem.

I would like to use the Mac Appstore Release. The problem I am having is that eeven after removing all the files suggested, old geek lets that I had used are still showing up.

I have removed the .app, and the files in ~/Library/Preferences

Is there any other location that GT used along the way to be removed? I have had both prefpane versions and standalone app versions installed of GT.

I would like to start with a completely clean slate, but when I try, I find that adding one old geeklet, that all the old ones I had used previously return as well without being added.

Also would like to add, that I got the notice the GT 3.0.2 was stated as the release in the notification e-mail, but the version installed from MAS is 3.0.1
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Re: Cannot completely remove GeekTool

Postby alphaace » Mon Aug 22, 2011 2:00 pm

In the original installer, there was an uninstall option. That helped me get rid of it. Also, there's a great program called TrashMe. It will seek out and delete the related files. I hope that helps!
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