Menu Butler Widget
Menu Butler Widget
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Menu Butler Widget for Mac2.0

27 February 2007

Add menubar items with a single click (was iAddMenus).

What is Menu Butler Widget for Mac

Menu Butler, previously known as iAddMenus, is now a widget which allows you to add most menu items with the click of a mouse. Try it out. It'll look nice on your Dashboard.

What's new in Menu Butler Widget

Version 2.0: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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CPa
CPa
Jan 7 2012
2.0
2.0
Jan 7 2012
2.0
Version: 2.0
404 Error File Not Found Try http://www.macmage.com/menubutler.php
mac
mac
Jun 4 2007
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Jun 4 2007
5.0
Version: 2.0
user below me doesn't find this widget too useful, and i do. why? because each time i have to restart my computer, almost all of the menu bar items disappear: volume, date, input menu, airport, bluetooth. this widget helps me restore them (except for input menu) in no time. p.s. please, include input menu.
Connectionfailure
Connectionfailure
Feb 28 2007
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Feb 28 2007
3.0
Version: 2.0
I don't really see the point of this widget. I mean its not that hard to tell a beginner where they normally live. I think it would become a little more useful if you could: 1. Actually use each Menu Extra as its full menu (this may require being able to resize the widget window into a vertical or horizontal strip) 2. Turn the icons for each Menu Extra into a button that, when clicked, picks something from one of its menus. For example: My Displays button could be set to "Detect Displays" or it could be "1024 x 768, millions" 3. Have some connection to a Menu Extras website where you can download more Menu Extras.
Pixel-Sage
Pixel-Sage
Dec 26 2006
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Dec 26 2006
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Version: 1.0
"Put an alias of the /System/Library/CoreServices/Menu Extras/ folder wherever you want or drag that folder to your Dock and you can launch all built-in menu extras" Or you could just use Menu Butler.
surloff
surloff
Dec 23 2006
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Dec 23 2006
5.0
Version: 1.0
A fine idea, nicely implemented...thanks for making it free!
loukash
loukash
Jul 14 2006
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Jul 14 2006
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Version: 1.2
Put an alias of the /System/Library/CoreServices/Menu Extras/ folder wherever you want or drag that folder to your Dock and you can launch all built-in menu extras without having to launch an additional app in the first place...
Vitalis
Vitalis
Jun 6 2006
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Jun 6 2006
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Version: 1.0
Add menubar items with a single click that you otherwise would have to search all trough your system preferences for, pretty nifty
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later
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