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    Remove service in snow leopard
    I donít now how to get rid of service after the application, that installed it, is removed.
    Iíve installed TextWrangler and it added such services as New window with selection, but after I removed Text Wrangler this service is still present. Iíve disabled it in keyboard preferences, but I want it to disappear from this list at all, I want nothing related to application to stay in the system. Application support folders related to it are already manually removed.
    How can I remove the service completely?

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    You'll have to download an uninstall app from here, and the uninstall file from here

    I haven't tried this myself but I hope this helped you...

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    Thanks, but is there any way to do that by hand or with free application?
    Yank can’t do that in demo mode.

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    What's wrong with paying for an application here and there, did you get your Mac for free...

    This app is actually well worth the money, I found that out first hand, it works...
    If you want to find a free program that does that, google it... see what comes up, that's what I did, back then.

    Good luck

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    Should be in > User Library > Services..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sur3Mac View Post
    What's wrong with paying for an application here and there, did you get your Mac for free...

    This app is actually well worth the money, I found that out first hand, it works...
    If you want to find a free program that does that, google it... see what comes up, that's what I did, back then.

    Good luck
    I just donít want to pay for the app to solve just one minor problem, and paying is OK in many cases, of course -)
    I have found in google a mailing list, where removing was discussed, so deleting some files I havenít found before solved this problem.

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