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Ejector for OSX

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© December 2004 Bruce Garlock

Wed Dec 22 11:24:05 2004 Ejector for OSX
Posted by Bruce Garlock

This is a handy little utility for OSX. It adds an "Eject" button on the menubar, for quick access to ejecting volumes. I find it handy when I have a lot of Windows open, or just want to quickly eject my Ipod, since I mount it.

It will eject any Volume, not just an IPod.

http://www.jeb.com.fr /en/ejector.shtml (link seems to be dead, sorry)


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