|Jul 14, 2008, 05:28 PM||#1|
Command key for ejecting disc from Superdrive?
Is there a command key for the MAC that will eject a DVD from the slot drive?
I'm a day old owner of a MAC MINI and to eject I have been using the remote to actually go into the program and select "eject disc"...wondering if there is a faster way...
Macbook Pro, 2.4 GHz Intel Core Duo 2, 2GB SDRAM, 200 GB hard drive, 15.4 inch TFT glossy display, Nvidia GE Force 8600M, Superdrive, iSight video cam
|Jul 14, 2008, 05:35 PM||#2|
Unfortunately, you have to have the disk icon selected before keying Apple + E which can be a pain if you've got a bunch of windows open. There's also the eject key at the top right of Apple keyboards...
I also use Ejector. Very handy and will unmount and eject drives that Finder says are busy when they're not.
|Jul 14, 2008, 05:37 PM||#3|
Why use a third party application?
Core i5 750 / 16 GB RAM / 500 GB SSD / GTX 970 / Windows 8.1
13" Retina MacBook Pro
Moto G 16 GB
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