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drfrogsplat

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  1. I'm still seeing this problem, exactly as described above with the attempt to eject the com.apple.TimeMachine.localsnapshots (aka "Macintosh HD — Data") volume. I've got the following excluded (built up over the last couple of years, as I've seen various volumes appear randomly) - com.apple.* - com.apple.TimeMachine* - com.apple.TimeMachine.localsnapshots - Macintosh HD - Macintosh HD — Data - MobileBackups - Recovery But cannot seem to convince Alfred to ignore the Macintosh HD — Data volume. I wonder if perhaps this is an
  2. Alfred's workflows can include an "eject all" system command. I've set up a keyboard shortcut to eject all my drives, for easy use when I want to unplug the laptop. It certainly works, but some drives take longer than others—mechanical disks might need to spin up (my RAID takes a while)—so it varies a lot. Sometimes the notifications flick by in rapid succession (replacing each other, so you only see the most recently ejected), and sometimes you wait 10 seconds. Sometimes a disk won't eject, times out, and you get that pop-up. Obviously Alfred is tracking its attempts t
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