Hi @stratacast, thanks for the response…and sorry for taking so long to get back to this (I’ve been offline for a while).
Actually, this happens when the app ISN’T running (i.e., even after I’ve quit), and that means there’s a larger issue here. It suggests that just throwing away the nextcloud.app doesn’t uninstall the program, and that the client installer has installed multiple files in multiple locations, without telling me where they’re located, what they’re called, or even how many there are. And as far as I can tell, the installer hasn’t provided any means of uninstalling the application, nor directions on how to do so.
I could go in and kill what appear to be related processes from the command line or from the Activity Monitor app, but even then I can’t be sure that I’ve removed all trace of the program. And of course, the vast majority of users will not know anything of this. What they will see is that they’ve installed a program that they cannot delete. At all.
As it happens, I want to completely (i.e. no trace) uninstall the client app so I can re-install it, as I’m getting some odd behavior.
So if there’s anyone out there who can tell me how to completely uninstall the mac client, I would really appreciate it!!