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June 24, 2014

Jettison 1.4 brings many improvements, including new hotkeys, remounting of flash drives and additional options.

This update is FREE if you've purchased a license for Jettison.

If you bought Jettison from St. Clair Software, just download version 1.4 and replace your existing copy.

If you purchased Jettison through the Mac App Store, please run this version of Jettison once BEFORE you delete or overwrite the old copy of Jettison in your Applications folder.

NOTE: Please be aware that Jettison's notification sounds (indicating that drives have finished ejecting) cannot be played in Mac OS 10.8 and 10.9 due to limitations in the system software. We're hoping to see a fix from Apple sometime in the future.

What's new in Jettison 1.4

  • Jettison can automatically eject disks at shutdown and restart as well as when your Mac goes to sleep.
  • You can now assign hotkeys to eject disks, eject disks and sleep your Mac, and remount disks.
  • There's a new option to reload the USB driver at wakeup so that USB flash drives will remount without removing and reinserting them.
  • Previously hidden preferences are now standard, letting you select specific disks to eject or not eject.
  • There's now a preference to hide the progress message displayed while Jettison is remounting disks.
  • A number of bugs have been fixed, and Jettison has been enhanced to handle several special-case situations so it works more reliably.

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Jettison 1.4
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Download Version 1.4 
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Single-user license: $4.95/each
2+ licenses: $3.95/each
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$4.99 on the Mac App Store
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About Jettison
What's New
System Requirements
Mac OS X version
10.6.8 or higher.

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