Opening a downloaded
.dmg file goes fairly quick, straight from the browser. Unmounting it, once the .app is copied to the applications folder, also goes pretty quick using
CMD+E. But then, there's still that dmg file in the downloads folder, forcing you to navigate there in Finder and manually deleting it.
Not when you have
CMD+SHIFT+E linked to this AppleScript, set up as an Automator Service for Finder!
1. Create a new Service in Automator
2. Service receives
no input in
3. Drag in a new
Run AppleScript block
4. Paste in the code
tell application "Finder" set my_selection to (target of front Finder window) set my_name to name of my_selection set volume_list to paragraphs of (do shell script "hdiutil info | grep ^/dev/disk | grep -o '/Volumes/.*'") set source_list to paragraphs of (do shell script "hdiutil info | grep ^image'-'alias | grep -o '/.*'") set match_found to false repeat with v from 1 to (count volume_list) if "/Volumes/" & my_name = item v of volume_list then set match_found to true exit repeat end if end repeat if match_found is not equal to true then display dialog ¬ "The selected volume does not appear to be a Disk Image." with title ¬ "Could not find Disk Image" with icon stop ¬ buttons ["OK"] default button 1 return else set my_source to POSIX file (item v of source_list) as alias eject my_name move my_source to the trash end if end tell
5. Configure the keyboard shortcut in
System Preferences > Keyboard