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Old 07-17-2007, 07:27 AM
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I think there are a number of examples of scripts that'll do this in the forums, Paul...
Thanks Dnanian, but I can't seem to find them. I've searched "Automator" and "Script" - there are lots, but none that deal with ejecting volumes.
I've had a look at Automator, and there is a component that is "eject discs" - but I can't figure out how to trigger it. There are two points when it might be good to trigger - either after Superduper has finished, or when I tell the laptop to shut down.
I tried putting in SD that it should run a script when finished - but then I noticed that it comes in sequence BEFORE SD ejects the disc - which presumably means my scheduled eject won't actually happen, since OSX will see that the disc is still in use (by SD).
Can anyone tell me how to trigger the automator action? It's all greek to me... :-)
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