If you’d like to completely remove all traces of Indigo, follow all steps below. Step d) may be considered optional, as the files involved are comparatively small.
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a) Remove the Indigo Helper Tool
If you still have the Indigo app:
- launch Indigo and open its preferences
- in the “Advanced” preference pane, select “Uninstall” to uninstall the Indigo Helper tool
Otherwise, without the Indigo app:
- launch the Terminal
- run these commands to remove the Indigo Helper tool:
sudo launchctl unload /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.marmaladesoul.IndigoHelper.plist sudo rm -f /Library/LaunchDaemons/com.marmaladesoul.IndigoHelper.plist sudo rm -f /Library/PrivilegedHelperTools/com.marmaladesoul.IndigoHelper
b) Remove the Indigo stacks and libraries folders
- using the Terminal, run these commands:
rm -rf "~/.indigo" rm -rf "/usr/local/Indigo"
c) Remove Indigo’s trusted root certificate
- open the Keychain Access app
- under “System Keychains” select “System”
- find the
mkcertcertificate and delete it
d) Remove preferences and log files (optional)
using the Terminal, run these commands:
sudo defaults delete com.marmaladesoul.Indigo sudo rm -rf "~/Library/Application Support/com.marmaladesoul.Indigo" sudo rm -rf "~/Library/Logs/com.marmaladesoul.Indigo" sudo rm -rf "~/Library/Preferences/com.marmaladesoul.Indigo.plist" sudo rm -rf "/var/log/com.marmaladesoul.IndigoHelper" sudo rm -rf "/private/var/log/com.marmaladesoul.IndigoHelper"