If you've ever installed an app that can take advantage of .Mac syncing services and then stopped using it or removed it for one reason or another, you might have noticed that its listing in the .Mac System Preferences pane still lingers. This could be a nuisance to neat-freaks, but it could also cause complications in some cases.
Fortunately, a post
at macosxhints has done some digging into the matter and revealed a few clues to cleaning up the mess. It turns out that
Panic, makers of Transmit, offer a Terminal tip for removing
Transmit from the .Mac sync services list. This inspired the macosxhints poster to do some digging to see about other
services, so check out their
post if you're looking to do some .Mac sync services spring cleaning.
Tips on removing apps from the Sync Services database
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