This program brings back the Apple Menu to Mac OS X and includes also a
complete application launcher. By adding one or more global menus to
the right side of the menu bar you can easily access your preferred
applications, folders (and subfolders), documents and files.
Furthermore there's no explicit need for a configuration (e.g. creating
lots of folders and aliases or adding items to user-defined setups) -
just activate the menus you like.
All menus and submenus update themselves automatically (unlimited
number of hierarchives) just like the good old Apple Menu so it's not
necessary to refresh them manually or after a certain time interval. In
addition, XMenu optionally displays small or large icons (using unique
or generic icons), sorts menus by kind (folders before or after files)
and follows aliases and symbolic links. Finally, please note that
contrary to many other solutions, this is neither a hack ("haxie") nor
an unofficial menu extra.
- Bold title of menus
- Minor glitches after changing the preferences fixed
- Some Carbon applications were displayed with a generic document icon.
- More reliable "Check for updates" command
Christian Grunenberg, DEVONtechnologies
Mac OS X 10.3 or higher
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