After installing a given application that shows an icon in the menu bar, I would like to delete it. A
sudo rm -fr /Applications/foobar.app, followed by a reboot, is insufficient; the menu bar application runs again. And I don't see it running among my login items in the first place.
Might the app be lurking in
~/Library? Apparently not. Only a database and log files are there.
> find ~/Library -name "foobar" -print Library/Application Support/foobar Library/Logs/foobar
Where might such an app have implanted itself, and how does it run at startup when it does not appear among the
This behavior has been changed in High Sierra. A widget that positions itself in the menu-bar does not survive, even though it needs sudo permission before doing so. The permission is needed again.