Are you sure you installed all of it? Look in your ~/Library/Services directory (and /Library/Services ?) directory for anything related to that stuff.
At any rate, in the Finder, Services menu, Services Preferences, Keyboard Shortcuts tab, look for the contextual item "Define with Dixio" and uncheck it if it is there.
While in finder click the Finder menu.
You will see a Services (hierarchical) menu, select that.
In the Services (sub)menu you will see Services Preferences... menu item. Click that.
A window opens which shows two tabs at the top; Keyboard and Keyboard Shortcuts. Click Keyboard Shortcuts.
You will see two panes, left and right. Click Services in the left pane.
After clicking Services on the left you will see a list of checkboxes under different categories on the right. I'm not sure under which category your "Define with Dixio" would be listed. Maybe Text or General but look through all of them.
If you find your "Define with Dixio" uncheck it.
Dear Dixio user:
The Semantix Support Department explains how to remove the Dixio Desktop extensions after the application is deleted:
- Open a “Finder” window, click on the left on the machine’s main hard disk (it is normally right at the top in “Devices”).
- Open the “Library” folder and then “Contextual Menu Items”. In that folder, delete the “DD2Ctxt2.plugin” file.
- In “Library”, open the “Services” folder and delete the “DDService4” file.
- Then either end the user session and log in again or reboot. The process is now complete.
If the above did not solve your problem, please let us know so that we can help you. We are constantly working to improve Dixio Desktop and are grateful for constructive comments from our users.
We apologise for the inconvenience and thank you for understanding.
The Dixio Team