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Auto-delete a DMG file when ejecting a disk image
Authored by: tingo on Aug 14, '12 07:19:27AM

Delete? I've been keeping all dmg's and all sorts of original application files, as well as downloaded fonts, on an external disk – all the way to pre-OS X days, I guess since 1988. Can't begin to tell how often this has saved my life.



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Auto-delete a DMG file when ejecting a disk image
Authored by: Sven G on Aug 17, '12 04:08:28AM

Yes, of course it's a very good idea to keep the .dmg's, .zip's, etc. etc. that you might need in the future; but the internet-enabled disk images were cool, anyway (probably, they don't work anymore for security reasons; well, a .zip is almost equivalent, anyway)... ;-) :-)



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