Uninstall an action

How does one go about it? (5Pro)


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Most of your action will be stored in the following folder;
/Users/(username)/Library/Application Support/Freeway 5/Actions/

Simply locate the action and move it outside of the folder. As soon as
you switch back to Freeway the action shouldn’t be available in the
menus*.
Technically there are also actions inside the Freeway application
package as well but you shouldn’t need to touch these.

  • An action that has previously been applied to a document will still
    be available (to that document) even after uninstalling it simply
    because there is a copy embedded in the file itself.
    Regards,
    Tim.

On 9 Oct 2009, at 19:14, MFWills wrote:

How does one go about it? (5Pro)

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Just don’t use it if you don’t like it… :slight_smile:


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That just may work for people who generally don’t mind pawing through mounds of clutter to get at what they want. I prefer things a tad more organized.

Are you serious?


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Sometime around 12/10/09 (at 09:24 -0400) MFWills said:

I prefer things a tad more organized.

That’s the same way you’d uninstall a Photoshop action, isn’t it? :slight_smile:

I think the biggest problem there is that the location is where most
people wouldn’t think to look. But Apple is trying to move developers
away from having big folders full of support files inside the
Applications folder, storing stuff within the Application Support
folder inside /Library or ~/Library instead.

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“Are you serious?”

Not really, just having fun - thus the smiley face! :slight_smile:

Keith wrote - " Apple is trying to move developers away from having big folders full of support files inside the Applications folder"

I’m old school and liked having everything associated with an app in one place (OS9 and earlier)…but time marches on and more and more things are becoming obtuse or invisible to the average user…


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