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  • Ermi
    • May 2024
    • 2

    Sorry - 3 questions ...

    Hi,

    I'm ripping my CDs with my MacBook M1 an an external CD Drive.

    1. Is there a shortcut to open/close the CD-Tray?
    2. Is there a way (any parameter) to start directly into "CD Ripper"?
    3. After ripping the Tray opens automatically (is configured), but it closed after a (too) short while? Why? Is it configurable?

    Many Tanks for Help!

    LG Ermi

  • Spoon
    Administrator
    • Apr 2002
    • 44179

    #2
    1. 2nd button on tool bar in CD Ripper is eject, pressing it again should close the drive (if supported)
    2. no, iTunes (or Apple Music) take over loading of a CD, there is no override
    3. it would not be dBpoweramp closing the tray, perhaps another program?
    Spoon
    www.dbpoweramp.com

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    • Ermi
      • May 2024
      • 2

      #3
      1. I knew this, but is there a Keyboard-Shortcut to open/close the tray.
      2. May be my Question was wrong formulated. I have first to start dbpoweramp and then CD Ripper“. Is there a chance to start it directly? Or with Apple Script or similar tools?
      3. OK, it may be MacOs

      LG Ermi

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      • MarkSealey
        • Nov 2020
        • 24

        #4
        Does System Settings (or System Preferences, depending on the version of macOS you're using) > CDs & DVDs > When you insert a blank CD > Open Other Applications allow it?
        Originally posted by Ermi
        2. May be my Question was wrong formulated. I have first to start dbpoweramp and then CD Ripper“. Is there a chance to start it directly? Or with Apple Script or similar tools?

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