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OS 10.4 - menulet problem?

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Heya folks,

Just noticed something weird: I have something I can't delete. It's called the Dockyard menulet, and if i drag it into trash and want to erase it, Finder complaints that it's still running. I can't find a single file (except for the one I want to erase) on my entire harddisk (find / -iname "*dockyard*"), the menulet is no longer in my menubar (apple-dragged it away), so I don't get why it keeps complaining.

Anyone any idea?

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