After installing Fiery Command Workstation on Mac, Fiery Hot Folders and Fiery Software Manager are also available and also on auto start.
Fiery Hot Folders and Fiery Software Manager are also available and also on auto start. This only happens on Mac. On Windows, these get uninstalled at the end of the installation process, but this doesn't happen on Mac yet.
In v23.07, it is planned to uninstall these packages at the end of the installation process as it is now on Windows.
While the automatic uninstall is not available yet, you can uninstall these packages manually in two different ways:
Go to the Macintosh HD/Library/LaunchAgents folder and delete these two files: "com.efi.FSMAgent.plist" and "com.efi.HFSysTrayIcon.plist".
After deleting restart the Mac and the software will no longer auto start.
For Fiery Hot Folders: launchctl unload /Library/LaunchAgents/com.efi.HFSysTrayIcon.plist sudo rm -f /Library/LaunchAgents/com.efi.HFSysTrayIcon.plist Using sudo in front of the commands can be necessary or not depending on macOS version. This screenshot was taken from macOS Ventura.
No restart is needed if removed via the Terminal as the software was already unloaded with the first command.