Menu Master
Menu Master
2.0.3

2.8

Menu Master free download for Mac

Menu Master for Mac2.0.3

27 March 2011

Change or remove menu shortcut keys.

What is Menu Master for Mac

Menu Master is a haxie that allows you to change or remove menu shortcut keys in any application with ease. It takes about 15 seconds to learn how to use Menu Master, and saves you lots of time later because you can use the shortcuts you defined and do not bother remembering which ones the developer of the software invented for you.

Additionally, you can set shortcuts to any menu item that had no shortcuts, or remove shortcuts from menu items.

What's new in Menu Master

Version 2.0.3:
  • Fixed a compile bug that prevented Menu Master from loading in PowerPC applications (like Word 2004).

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Elegraphy
Elegraphy
Oct 12 2011
2.0.3
0.0
Oct 12 2011
0.0
Version: 2.0.3
I just want to comment, that this maybe the wonderful program for Mac, but the support from this company is horrible!!! I have purchase this program back in 2009 for my PowerBook G4, and recently I have problem with my computer, so I reinstalled Leopard again, but I need PPC compatible version of Menu Master. I have sent them email two times during the summer (August 2011), I have included my order# and asked if they can send me the latest PPC compatible MM, but there's nobody from these email (unsanity@unsanity.com, feedback@unsanity.com, support@unsanity.com) have replied my question. I had to go for a wild goose chase online to get my self a free copy of the last PPC version of MM from some legacy software site. I have been a fan of Unsanity's haxie products, but I am very disappointed with their support!!!
Lvdoc
Lvdoc
Apr 17 2011
2.0.3
0.0
Apr 17 2011
0.0
Version: 2.0.3
Does anyone know if this program relies on Rosetta? WindowShade does. I don't see this requirement in the description, but that doesn't necessarily mean anything. Thanks in advance.
normb
normb
Apr 1 2011
2.0.3
4.5
Apr 1 2011
4.5
Version: 2.0.3
I cannot figure the complaints - this is for me just a wonderful useful piece of software. I have been using it for very many years on a variety of iBooks MacBooks and now a MB Air; at this stage I am up to OS 10.6.6 - no issues, it just works. As a keyboard junkie, I can in an instant set a keystroke of my own choosing to do most anything sitting in the drop down menus on almost all software. I can use it in Mail, to move items to particular folders, just on a keystroke. I can apply my own keystroke to my favourite Bookmarks in FFox or Safari - there is almost no limit to its usefulness. For me, I much prefer the keyboard to the mouse - so much easier and faster - I rate it as the single most important software utility on my system, and I cannot imagine computing without it.
Ward
Ward
Mar 29 2011
2.0.3
0.0
Mar 29 2011
0.0
Version: 2.0.3
When most/all Unsanity haxies stopped working with Snow Leopard, I found alternatives for the two I really cared about: Menu Master and FruitMenu. The new Menu Master almost got me to break my pledge to never again install an Unsanity product. Apple's Keyboard Shortcuts feature is very tedious to use (and fails completely if an app has menu items with the same name in different menus). With Lion on the horizon, I'm unwilling to switch back to Unsanity and then wait a year for Lion compatibility.
Kitmos
Kitmos
Mar 28 2011
2.0.3
1.5
Mar 28 2011
1.5
Version: 2.0.3
Unfortunately tech support has disappeared. I have been emailing them for weeks to all their email address and have not gotten a single reply. For that reason I give them a low rating.
evilinstone
evilinstone
Mar 27 2011
2.0.3
0.5
Mar 27 2011
0.5
Version: 2.0.3
you pay for nothing. this functionality included in 10.5-10.6. System Preferences/Keyboard/Keyboard Shortcuts
Lvdoc
Lvdoc
Mar 27 2011
2.0.3
0.0
Mar 27 2011
0.0
Version: 2.0.3
With Unsanity's history of taking forever to release versions that are compatible with new OS updates - and with Lion on the near horizon - I wonder how many months it will take them to make a Lion-compatible version. Worse, I wonder if MM is currently requiring Rosetta. I know that WindowShade requires it. If that's the case, this will be even messier because rumor has it that Lion will no longer support Rosetta or PPC applications. Although MM is listed as "Intel," this update seems to suggest that it contains PPC code. Although this takes slightly longer to configure, it's worked just fine for me (and is FREE): http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/14352/spark It's definitely much easier than Apple's method of assigning or changing keyboard shortcuts.
Foulger
Foulger
Dec 27 2010
2.0.1
1.5
Dec 27 2010
1.5
Version: 2.0.1
I used to be a HUGE Insanity fan but it must be apparent now that they have lost the plot, only update software on a casual basis and I have proved to my self that APE and haxies slow down my system. So although MM is a great idea and I used it for many years I forgot that I also have Quickeys which I first bought in OS System 7 I believe. Although more expensive it does many many things including altering menu commands for individual or all applications. Also it doesn't crash or slow down my system. Well worth the money. Download a demo and give it a try. BTW I dont work for the Quickeys guys lol.
bobbyjune
bobbyjune
Nov 2 2010
2.0.1
5.0
Nov 2 2010
5.0
Version: 2.0.1
wait. the cat above me is saying he doesn't find much difference in mm's shortcut assignment process to that of a stock mac? DooooD! mm = drop down random menu anywhere & touch the shortcut once. done! mac = 1. open sys prefs 2. keyboard pref 3. scroll list of shortcuts to find a button the make a new one. 4. oh damn - did the app's menu word/command that you 'have' to type in have those little three dots after the word? shit...let me close outta this sys pref window and go look. 5. then you need to put these new shortcuts into a folder list view separated per app or global (boy, that's gunna be confusing) - so now i need to click this button t make an untitled 'new' app folder to store these prefs in the sys prefs window. 6. untitled = type in name of apps or open a dialog box and navigate to the app. 7. then the apps sits and waits for YOU to select it's final easy step to finishing this One painful shortcut and that's to do what you would have done on step two, the final step, in menu master's app and that is............ ..........type the short cut you know, it's very funny to me when an app (or an OS for that matter) makes the process of "shortcut" creation LONG! HA!
Tipp-Flo
Tipp-Flo
Oct 29 2010
2.0.1
0.0
Oct 29 2010
0.0
Version: 2.0.1
I didn't really miss it in Snow since you have the ability to make shortcuts via the preference pane. But I gave it a try and I'm glad it's back! It shows which shortcuts you override when assign one - and it's so easy to use! "Haxies are bad..." I never had any crashs that could be blamed on the haxies I use: Fruitmenu, Menu Master and FontCard (on Tiger and Leo).
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2.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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