How to Automatically Eject All Disks on a Mac

It’s always been a pain to manually eject disks one by one before removing a MacBook from a dock. Here’s a way to use AppleScript to automate the process in just a few minutes.


Using Scraper on RetroPie

Emulation Station’s scraper is hit-or-miss. Here are my notes on using Steven Selph’s Scraper instead.

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