OpenMenu X
OpenMenu X
2.06

4.8

OpenMenu X free download for Mac

OpenMenu X2.06

14 October 2011

Customize your contextual menus.

Overview

OpenMenu X is a system menu environment that unifies Services Menu, Context Menu, Scripts Menu, application launchers, file system browsers and others. You can freely organize and execute these functions in OpenMenu X.

You can open documents, applications, AppleScripts, Services Menu Items, and URLs any time you want. OpenMenu also supports the file system browsing. You can browse the file system and open/move files or folders through OpenMenu X menu.

What's new in OpenMenu X

Version 2.06:
  • Conducted three adjustments for OS X 10.7 and fixed four other bugs.

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18 Reviews of OpenMenu X

5
Steven-Goodheart
24 March 2010
Version: 2.04

Most helpful

I use this utility dozens and dozens of times a day, and it's been rock-solid since the Snow Leopard update. I find the especially useful in terms of customizing what Services I want right at hand in pop-up menus and what order and where they show up, and of course, you can launch docs/apps, and a dozen other useful things. Now, with the addition of the ability to copy files/folders, it's even more useful. I think Artman makes top-notch, well-supported software. (I also own and use Artman's Jedit X, and it's my workhorse text editor, and have had great support with it.) I highly recommend this utility, and if you're a Services fanatic like I am, you'll find it indispensable.
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Eric•Woehler
18 December 2019
Version: 2.06
Was hoping this would work under Catalina - seems not. First FinderPop then FolderGlance now OpenMenu. No option to customise MacOS GUI and UX - boring Tim Cook GUI - Apple no better now than Big Brother in 1984 Super Bowl ad - no freedom of thought, no freedom of expression.
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RogerKatz
05 December 2015
Version: 2.06
The current version is 2.11
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5
GianMarco-Tavazzani
06 November 2015
Version: 2.06
There are some few 'old apps' that I fear to not work anymore at any OS X upgrade because I tried -I swore, I TRIED!- to without or to find an alternative but no way: I'M ADDICTED! One of them is OpenMenu X (now 2.11, by the way, DEAR MacUpdate!!!!), another gem is Shovebox, then PTHPasteboard, FinderPop… and the list could be longer!
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Xenophile
28 June 2014
Version: 2.06
At $10, this is not really open, is it?
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Sgginc
03 February 2013
Version: 2.06
2.09 available from developer’s site. Mountain Lion compatible.
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4.5
brown-ml
15 October 2011
Version: 2.06
App persistently invokes Mac OS X internet download warning at system startup. Attempts to disable the warning via Terminal have not worked. Mac OSX 10.7.2 on a 2011 iMac. Any advice welcome.
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5
Steven-Goodheart
24 March 2010
Version: 2.04
I use this utility dozens and dozens of times a day, and it's been rock-solid since the Snow Leopard update. I find the especially useful in terms of customizing what Services I want right at hand in pop-up menus and what order and where they show up, and of course, you can launch docs/apps, and a dozen other useful things. Now, with the addition of the ability to copy files/folders, it's even more useful. I think Artman makes top-notch, well-supported software. (I also own and use Artman's Jedit X, and it's my workhorse text editor, and have had great support with it.) I highly recommend this utility, and if you're a Services fanatic like I am, you'll find it indispensable.
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Jeff-H-
20 November 2009
Version: 2.03
I must be doing something wrong, can't get it to work in SL
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Fishscale
25 September 2009
Version: 2.02
this app is perfect.. better than all suggested, works fine on SL you have to choose from the other two options hotkey or... i forget anyway, can be used well in SL. Folderglance is overpriced.
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Corpsecorps
08 September 2009
Version: 1.05
What now, since contextual menus are dead?
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anonymous-tapir-4715
29 April 2009
Version: 1.05
Comparing this to FruitMenu is simply inaccurate, a mistake. Folder Glance seems to have folded.
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1
Jeff-H-
13 February 2008
Version: 1.04
Doesn't replace Fruitmenu at all, even though the entire description claimed to. Shoulda' taken a 10 bill and lit it on fire! lol!
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Jeff-H-
13 February 2008
Version: 1.04
Just not having good luck with this at all. Don't want to "review" this because I may be missing something and I don't want to trash it, yet, but when I invoke the contextual menu from the finder, and go to launch something, it ALWAYS launches the wrong app, ALWAYS. AND, I want the contextual menus from the finder, I don't want to have to scroll down to "more". Big waste of time as far as I can see... I bought this thing to save me time...not a work-around for me...a real time waster. WHERES FRUITMENU?!?!!! please Unsanity! UPDATE FOR LEOPARD!!!
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Attentionwandered
06 September 2006
Version: 0.93b
i prefer "folder glance" its here on MU. and its free
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4
Anonymous
24 February 2005
Version: 1.1.1r1
This is indeed the best OS-X version of Finderpop I've come across - it's great and I'll gladly plonk out my $10. For all of you saying that other apps do the same thing easier or cheaper - THEY DON'T. XMenu is fundamentally different in concept (being tied to the , FruitMenu causes conflicts all over the place with other software, and neither Launch Item nor Quick Access have the ability to work as a Contextual menu droplet for applescripts. Tel
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Gnaw
18 March 2004
Version: 1.1.1r1
Reply to Kelly, The Contextual Menu Workshop, does all what you say and it free! I use QuickAccessCM to launch Apps and goto foders, very good. But of course I'll try this one.
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4.75
Anonymous
25 November 2003
Version: 1.1.1r1
I've finally found my FinderPop replacement. I have tried ALL the others. This is the best launcher and file redirector for OS X. This is the ONLY one that can send folders/subfolders of files to various apps. My typical uses: -Launch Applications -Send a folder full of files to iView Media or to Toast to burn a CD -Open an Illustrator file in Illustrator 8 or 10, Photoshop, iView, email, FlightCheck, toast, dropstuff. It's also the easiest to use. It may be missing some features of other programs most notably the ability to move a file into a folder. But what it does it does well. Try it.
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2.5
Anonymous
13 November 2003
Version: 1.1.1
Lots of contextual menu modules provide identical functions. For the same price I recommand FruitMenu or Launch Item. Both of them offer even more features.
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