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Tab expose/pumba won't uninstall


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I installed tab expose ages ago but it didn't work so i followed the steps to uninstall it - this was in snow leopard.
Now i am running Lion every time i open up Safari i get asked to allow permissions for pumba by entering a password. After a bit of googling i have found out that puma is a process linked to tab expose so i went to their site and followed the steps to uninstall it again, however it tells me to go into my application support folder in library and look for a folder called "SIMBL" but it isn't there.
So i re-installed tab expose to see if i could then uninstall it, i did this, the "SIMBL" folder was there and i deleted it and it's contents. Great, i opened up safari and get exactly the same message as usual.
I can't think of anything else to do and i have googled it, people have the same problems but just uninstall it as per the instructions and it stops.
There is also another uninstall set of instruction which i try and follow but i can't quit the puma process in activity monitor and none of the files are there.
So i'm stumped, any help would be much appreciated.
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Well, since there is a pumba process it must be somewhere
So go get atMonitor and select the process, then click the "Reveal" toolbar item and delete it!
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