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OS 10.6 - How to get rid of unwanted OmniOutliner command in Finder's pop-up menu?


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I am running Snow Leopard on MacBook Pro. I recently downloaded, installed and then uninstalled a demo version of OmniOutliner Pro. Now, when I right click on an icon/item in Finder, the bottom command in the resultant pop-up menu says: "OmniOutliner Pro: add to clippings".

How do I get rid of that unwanted command?

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Those Contextual Menu Items are kept in one of 2 places, you can delete the unwanted menu item from:

/Library/Contextual Menu Items/

/Users/YourHomeFolder/Library/Contextual Menu Items/

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Louishen,

I checked both locations. It isn't there... Pop-up menu command still shows up.

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I was having the same problem. You actually need to remove the service. It should be in ~/Library/Services/. After you remove it you will need to either restart or logout for the change to take effect.
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