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I recently tried a trial period of the app CleanMyMac for Mac OS X. After uninstall I see that its still left its folder actions in my finder context menus.

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How can I remove them?

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You may want to check your Library folders. The files that cause the appearance of the folder actions can be found here:

 ~/Library/Scripts/Folder Action Scripts

or

 ~/Library/Scripts/Contextual Menu Items. 

Uninstalling software can be a pain sometimes, but applications such as Appzapper do their job pretty well. You can find it here macupdate: appzapper

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In the free software department, there is also freemacsoft.net/appcleaner – user72923 Aug 19 '13 at 17:15

CleanMyMac leaves more trash than that. Search for "CleanMyMac" in your ~/Library folder, and delete all that shows up.

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