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A quick uninstall tip for Quicksilver-AppZapper users Install
You can directly drag an application from the Quicksilver pane onto the AppZapper window to uninstall the program. This is easier than opening the Applications folder and then dragging and dropping over to AppZapper (or any such similar program).
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A quick uninstall tip for Quicksilver-AppZapper users
Authored by: conigs on May 05, '08 07:51:00AM

Keep in mind this proxy dragging works for anything, files, text, whatever.



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A quick uninstall tip for Quicksilver-AppZapper users
Authored by: Marius_Th on May 05, '08 08:21:55AM

An even faster combo is to bring up the following:
<b>AppZapper : Open File : Finder Selection</b>

or even
<b>AppZapper : Open File : AppName</b>



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A quick uninstall tip for Quicksilver-AppZapper users
Authored by: chrononaut on May 05, '08 09:17:37AM

Not quite related to the hint but I put AppZapper in my window toolbar (along with Pseudo).

I tend to try out a lot of shareware so I find it useful to have AppZapper handy like this.



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A quick uninstall tip for Quicksilver-AppZapper users
Authored by: bricklayer on May 05, '08 11:00:32AM

I just use:

App Name -> Open With... -> AppZapper



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A quick uninstall tip for Quicksilver-AppZapper users
Authored by: steinlager on May 05, '08 01:15:37PM

What about this Quicksilver trigger:

AppZapper --> Open File... --> Finder Selection

assigned to whatever.



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A quick uninstall tip for Quicksilver-AppZapper users
Authored by: asmeurer on May 13, '08 08:27:07PM

Or you could just Command-Shift drag it from the Dock.



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