Appearance | AccessMenuBarApps 2.4
Date: 06/24/2012 11:51 AM
Size: 3.1 MB
Requires: OS X 10.6
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In the right side of the menubar there are a lots of more ore less usefull apps, like time machine, airport, bluetooth, and 3rd party apps like skitch, dropbox, caffeine. At the rightmost side there are the menubar apps coming with Mac OS X. These apps are also called „menu extras“. The menu extras you can reposition (by CMD+click), so that the most usefull apps are visible all the time (except you have a very small screen or an app with a very large menu). 3rd party apps can’t be repositioned. in that way. Their position at the menubar depends on the launch order of the apps.
This principle is very simple, so there are a lot of apps out there which have a reduced app menu (like toHide, Menuola, NoMenuBar, ...). But no of these apps take care about how to activate/deactivate the reduced app menu efficiently.
AccessMenuBarApps addresses how to activate/deactivate the reduced app menu efficiently. AccessMenuBarApps gives you the option to switch between full app menu of the currently running application and the reduced app menu (and vice versa) by keyboard shortcuts, mouse gestures or menubar icon.
OS X 10.6+
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