MoofMenu
MoofMenu 1.8.3
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Menubar item, launch apps/access files.   Shareware ($5.00)
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MoofMenu... Do you have a cluttered dock too because you have a lot of applications and documents you use every day? Would you also like some tidiness and have your dock items organized by topic? MoofMenu cleans up your dock - by moving all items into a small system menu with hierarchical order.

You probably made the same experience as most of us: you keep on putting items into your dock because you don't want to click you through folders and subfolders every time you like to open an application or document, until suddenly you realise that finding in the dock got as difficult as
What's New
Version 1.8.3:
  • Fixes a bug that prevented the recursive update of folders.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later







  • XMenu
    +4

  • FinderPop
    +3

  • aLaunch
    +2

  • TigerLaunch
    +1

  • HimmelBar
    +1

  • Overflow
    +1
MoofMenu User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
(7)
Your rating: Now say why...
Overall:
(7)

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+26

Mookzmom reviewed on 02 Aug 2011
I LOVE my Moof! simple and small and so darn quick! This app rocks!
[Version 1.8.3]


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Hjord reviewed on 30 Apr 2011
This simple application has got to be one of the most useful and most-used on my computer. I've been using it for almost two years. It is extremely simple to set up, use, make changes, etc.

Immensely improves the usability of my Mac and my own productivity. It has never given me any problems whatsoever. Highly recommended.
[Version 1.8.3]


burypromote
+1

+113
Knowhowe commented on 21 Apr 2010
Must say this looks like a nice useful app- the latest in a long line of others with a similar aim- to restore to us the functionality and convenience of the Apple Menu.
In my case, after the futile murder of OS 9's REAL Apple Menu, I long used Unsanity's FuitMenu until it in turn was killed off (along with my beloved WindowShade, grrr) - by the coming of Snow Leopard.
I then turned to Xmenu- This is excellent and free but I was eventually lured away by the welcome return of Turley's wonderful FinderPop (pintware!)
If it hadn't been for my rekindled passion for FinderPop, I'd possibly have been tempted to give MoofMenu a bash. FinderPop's great advantage over the rest is that it allows the user to click anywhere in the unused parts of the menu bar to bring up the configuirable apple menu-like list, rather than having to aim for a specific icon.
[Version 1.8.3]


burypromote
+1

+198
Zo219 commented on 28 Dec 2009
My god, back from the dead. Howdy!
[Version 1.8.1]


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Lobotomo Software tipped on 04 Nov 2009
There was a problem with 64-bit systems on Leopard (10.5). Please download version 1.8.1 for a fix.

Sorry for the inconvenience,
Lobotomo Software
[Version 1.8]


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Anonymous reviewed on 12 Jan 2005
this is great!
just wishing Moof had better caching and made better use of the huge 4gig ram that i have here in the G5. Why? Well, i wish it remembered the stuff in my apps/utils/internet folders better as there's a lot of frequent hdd accessing imho. Too much..
Other than this, excellent util :)
[Version 1.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 26 Oct 2004
wow - i've just installed the new iTunes / QT / Shapeshifter upgrades and now MoofMenu doesn't work!

Stwange thang :-Z and now i'm totally missing Moof --> YELLLLLLLLP!!!
[Version 1.5]

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Anonymous commented on 12 Jan 2005
now fixed.. it was a permissions problem and not Moof! oops
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Anonymous reviewed on 20 Oct 2004
i use moof and registered - excellent app!! Thank you.
[Version 1.5]


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Anonymous reviewed on 19 Oct 2004
Use Quicksilver, or Butler. Both are free, and much much cooler.
I used to use Butler, but now I use Quicksilver cause it seems to me it's much cooler.
Don't spend 5 bucks on a useless menu item.
[Version 1.5]

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Anonymous commented on 19 Oct 2004
I have to COMPLETELY disagree-and frankly, wonder who you really are??/ and if you have some "special" interest in promting some other similar app??

This program is fantastic, fast and totally stable, unlike the other programs you mentioned.

Hmmmmm..ya always have to wonder about some posts....
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Anonymous commented on 20 Oct 2004
Man, this is way cooler than anything half as cool as other products. The coolness ratio is so huge, it's even cool. Totally cool dudes! Coooool...
burypromote

+29
Syzzygy had trouble on 02 Nov 2009
This version (1.8) crashes instantly when trying to launch it.....at least it does for me.
Anyone else?
[Version 1.8]



hogfire rated on 10 Jun 2013

[Version 1.8.3]



Shaney rated on 10 Nov 2012

[Version 1.8.3]


Downloads:7,248
Version Downloads:2,208
Type:Utilities : File Management
License:Shareware
Date:21 Apr 2010
Platform:PPC 64 / PPC 32 / Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $5.00
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MoofMenu... Do you have a cluttered dock too because you have a lot of applications and documents you use every day? Would you also like some tidiness and have your dock items organized by topic? MoofMenu cleans up your dock - by moving all items into a small system menu with hierarchical order.

You probably made the same experience as most of us: you keep on putting items into your dock because you don't want to click you through folders and subfolders every time you like to open an application or document, until suddenly you realise that finding in the dock got as difficult as finding it on your harddrive.

MoofMenu adds a small icon to your system menu bar, right next to your Airport and Sound controls. Clicking on the icon opens a menu, in fact your menu - because you were the one that put the items in and organized them into hierarchic order. Just like your Apple menu in Mac OS 9.


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