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I remember on osx.iusethis.com seeing a piece of software that removes ._ files automatically. Can someone tell me it's name (I want to try to avoid having to scan the entire list of software trying to find it again)

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appdelete?

what are._ files?
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They are files left over on a windows partition after OSX has done anything with them (ie copy/paste)

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Found it - BlueHarvest

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You threw me of with the ._ . I was ot even thinking of the .DS_store files.

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