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ngreenstein

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  1. That's a great idea! I'm afraid I don't have time to add this at the moment, but, if anyone feels up to it, they're more than welcome to submit a pull request on the GitHub repo. Thanks!
  2. Good idea, thank you! Please submit a pull request on GitHub and I'll add this change.
  3. Great, glad it's sorted out. Hope you find it useful
  4. Can't repro at all. Works OMM. Sorry.
  5. Ok, just pushed another update. Let me know if it changes anything. It now works perfectly OMM for Python, bash, and every other process I've tried it with. I don't have MacPorts to test with, but at this point I can't repro any issues. Thanks for your help!
  6. Try with anything other than bash and let me know if it works for you. I think the problem is that bash has a hyphen at the beginning of the process name and killall is trying to interpret that as a flag (even though it's in quotes). Any ideas? Thanks for your help with testing this!
  7. Oops, thanks for pointing that out. Forgot quotation marks, so processes with spaces in the name didn't work. Should be fixed now.
  8. Ok, @nikipore, I updated it to use `kill -9` by default. Feel free to re-download. You can still kill all processes with matching names by actioning with command-return.
  9. Oh, great point. I didn't think of that at all. I'll update it today. Thanks for the feedback!
  10. @samvlu Thanks, glad you like it! @nikipore Hmm, source for that? I've never had issues with killall.
  11. I made a workflow to kill processes quickly. You can grab it (and read more about it) on GitHub. Direct download link. Here are some highlights: Autocompletes process names Learns and prioritizes processes you kill frequently Shows icons when possible Shows CPU usage Shows process paths Ignores case Screenshot: Enjoy, and feel free to share any feedback you have.
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