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Re: GWorkSpace: U(n)mount


From: Dirk Olmes
Subject: Re: GWorkSpace: U(n)mount
Date: Sun, 02 Apr 2006 19:56:54 +0200
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Enrico Sersale wrote:
> On 2006-03-27 15:20:51 +0300 address@hidden wrote:
>
>> With GWorkspace, once I've configured the paths to watch over, when I'm
>> using Command-E, it does mount the device and display a window with its
>> content. But how do I get rid of the device after usage?
>> And since this action applies to all(!) of these paths, how to handle
>> a single device to get rid of?
>>
>> Or is there an (u(n))mounter.app, that I didn't discover?
>>
>> In the age of omnipresent USB-storage devices, Firewire-drives (and not
>> to forget our floppies and CDs/DVDs), we do need a way of handling them
>> comfortably, I think.
>>
>> Thank you for reading this and any sensible advice,
>> Ruediger Oberhage
> 
> If you are using the GWorkspace Dock (Tools->Show Desktop), you can
> simply put the disk icon in the Recycler.

How is it supposed to work if I don't use the Desktop?

-dirk

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