MenuEverywhere
MenuEverywhere
2.0

2.5

MenuEverywhere free download for Mac

MenuEverywhere2.0

18 November 2012

Access the menubar from any window.

Overview

Note: This application is no longer developed, maintained and sold. This listing is only for users who have valid license keys

MenuEverywhere makes the menu bar's menu accessible from any window on any screen. If you've got a large monitor or a dual or multi-monitor setup, then MenuEverywhere will eliminate the frustration of having to reach out for the menubar and losing focus on your work.

Access menu bar menus in the following ways:

  • Screen-top menu bar on (non-primary) secondary screens that mimics the actual Apple menu bar
  • Window-attached menu bar
  • Window-attached menu button
  • Hotkey or mouse button pops-up menu at mouse location

Features:

  • Menu access methods are all optional, those not used may be switched off
  • Configurable button/menu bar styles
  • Multiple font sizes for menu labels and menu items (small to super-large)
  • Auto-hide
  • Able to show Apple menu in addition to application's menu
  • Ignore list to prevent usage on apps of your choosing
  • Fold/unfold alternate menu items
  • Showing shortcuts is optional

MenuEverywhere is not a hack and does not use or rely on any system hacks, nor does it modify your system's core functionality. It relies on standard Apple programming interfaces.

What's new in MenuEverywhere

Version 2.0:
  • General optimizations and minor fixes.

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56 Reviews of MenuEverywhere

5
Fishscale
13 August 2010
Version: 1.0.8

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I bought this application and emailed the developer asking for the feature to disable the menu from the screen since I use the hotkey only. I received an email containing a version of MenuEverywhere that fit my needs until a new version would be released as he had other features he wanted to add before releasing an update. The official update came one day later and here it is. This is a great app with a great proactive developer behind it. I would recommend this app to everyone. It's a life saver. I can't say enough about how great an app this is and how great the customer service is. The app is lightweight, taking up nearly no system resources and has many different ways of accessing the menu. I would download this and give it a try. Definitely worth the $7. An os x app that is finally priced right. Most dev's imo figure if you can afford a mac you can afford their $40-$50 one trick pony. Definitely worth the download and if you have a request, the dev is super helpful as I mentioned. Five stars from me!
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Ui-Guy
16 May 2017
Version: 2.0
I loved this app and used it constantly, but…alas…it appears to no longer work with macOS Sierra (10.12). Looking for alternatives.
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Meitnik
28 November 2015
Version: 2.0
stay away, its buggy and you can't send a crash log to the dev. Started getting suggestd crashes. looking for another similar tool.
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UrbanAstronomer
13 December 2014
Version: 2.0
I have been using this through a number of OS iterations. From 10.6 up to 10.9.5, MenuEverywhere just works well.
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0.5
Ralph-Martin
26 June 2014
Version: 2.0
Doesn't work with Mavericks as you cannot "Turn on Assistive Devices" with the Mavericks Preference Pane.
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OhEssex
05 November 2013
Version: 2.0
After an exhaustive process of trial and elimination, I'm fairly certain MenuEverywhere is the cause of my dominant grief under 10.9 - I kept getting major and frequent system slow downs involving a process called com.apple.iconServicesMonitor and the only way to get my MacBook Pro back to normal was to kill that process. That process is supposed to pop up every now and then, do its thing and then vanish, but it seems MenuEverywhere keeps repeatedly forcing it into the open once it appears on its own. MenuEverywhere has problems anyway, it hasn't been updated in a year and it's likely abandonware at this point.
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Macbookpro
18 November 2012
Version: 2.0
It appears that the license from 1.x works with 2.0. So you can update without worry. Developer may need to confirm this. I did not see one way or another on the website.
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Maclover1-1
03 November 2012
Version: 1.9.9
I just experienced a veeeery slow and fairly unresponsive Mac.. went to Activity Monitor.. MenuEverywhere was eating away 4GB or my RAM.. Not sure how that happened..as I've been using it for quite some time and had never run into this. My Mac has been on for two days (I tend to reboot every morning) and I have worked with all sorts of software since yesterday.. launching, quitting etc.. Not sure if one gave ME a hardship.. in any case, quit ME and got my RAM back :-) Before checking Activity Monitor I thought Adobe was eating away at my RAM and it ended up being this..
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5
Michael-Sebrecht
21 March 2012
Version: 1.9.8
Best of the bunch and support is fast! Recommended.
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Shawnmack
08 December 2011
Version: 1.9.7
awful redraws. stutters all over the screen.. NOT LION COMPATIBLE
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Laraine
16 October 2011
Version: 1.9.65
What a bummer that it won't work on PPC. Yes, I'm afraid I do still expect my G5 to be catered for.
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5
Dremwkr
16 October 2011
Version: 1.9.65
This is a MUST HAVE mac App. It saves so much TIME and EFFORT. Apple should have thought of it. It is an unexpected jewel, I'd know I needed it, now that I have it, I can't do without it! It just works, I just does what I need it to do, and it is a steal compared to the labor and hassle it saves. WELL DONE!
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Frankns
01 October 2011
Version: 1.9.47
After the upgrade Lion. it looks like I have an odd issue with ME: I'll be replying to a message in Mail or moving a window in finder ... and suddenly the window disappears. Sometimes I find it down at the bottom left of the screen, with only the title bar showing. Other times, it will "walk" to the bottom of the screen on its own ... a "stutter step at a time," while I try in vain to stop it. In Mail, this tends to happen if I start typing in the reply before the Genie has openened the message all the way. In the Finder, it seems to happen if I move a window too quickly to the edge of a screen or across to my second monitor." The problem stops as soon as I turn off Menu Everywhere. I've written BB but no response so far.
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Moxiesozo
16 August 2011
Version: 1.9.44
Could someone expound on the Snow Leopard "ACL bug" mentioned above in the WHAT'S NEW comments?
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bobembry
10 August 2011
Version: 1.9.42
On my MacBook Pro (2007) running 10.6.8 MenuEverywhere acts as though it has a big memory leak. When its first launched it is using a reasonable 28 MB of Real Memory and 300 MB of Virtual memory. After a few hours of never being called its Real Memory usage goes up to nearly 150 MB. I've seen it as high as 300 MB in previous versions. I've reported this to the developer, but no response. I've stopped using it.
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5
Jmsuijkerbuijk
01 August 2011
Version: 1.9.41
Very useful tool, even on my one monitor set up. The support is impeccable and lightning fast.
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5
Maclover1-1
22 July 2011
Version: 1.9.1
G R E A T.. especially with MegaZoom and now FullScreen Lion apps !!! Beware.. using this will make you burning much fewer calories.. and get you fat ;-)
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Eveningclouds
05 July 2011
Version: 1.8.995
I like the program. I use it on my iMac but only with certain programs like Safari where I end up going to the menubar a lot. Turn it off for Excel, where I often have to display multiple windows and which os already stuffed with tons of menubars and ribbons etc. Have noticed huge surges of CPU usages and sluggish access to Preferences and the exclude list. But I don't notice that any programs are affected. So far, I give this a very positive rating.
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Fhall1
02 July 2011
Version: 1.8.995
Keeps telling me 1.8.98 is the latest version available
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5
Drscott
10 May 2011
Version: 1.8.5.8
This is an excellent product with superb support. The developer has answered my questions almost instantaneously. For those with 27" iMac, MenuEverywhere is indispensable. It's saved me a lot of time and trouble by avoiding the huge mouse movements to the menu bar when I have multiple windows open. I heartily recommend it.
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3.5
Lls
25 April 2011
Version: 1.8.5.2
It,s nice to have and he updates frequently. He still has a little more to do.
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3.5
joako112973
02 April 2011
Version: 1.8.3
Not My Fav...
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4.5
Doppelbock
20 March 2011
Version: 1.8.3
I bought this a while back as it's really handy for use with multiple monitors - especially large ones. I reported the issue with the menu in Mail a week or so ago and got immediate response from the dev....and it's now fixed in the latest release. That's the kind of support I like to see. This little utility gives me a feature I've wanted in the OS since I started using multiple monitors and I recommend it very highly....very happy customer.
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3.5
Wa5655
05 March 2011
Version: 1.8.1
It still have issues with Adobe CS5 apps. The menus on the 2nd monitor and the popup menu do not work consistently, it works for a while, then it will grey out. please fix it.
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mu-noob
23 January 2011
Version: 1.7.6.4
MenuEverywhere does pop up menu items at the top of each window ... but sometimes those items are slower to respond than the ones in the menu bar. And they have odd behavior when a window is moved. I've removed it from my MacBook -- I don't think it's useful on a small screen. But I have a 30" screen at home and think MenuEverywhere is much more useful on a large screen, where the menu bar is far away from many windows.
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Rob-h
14 January 2011
Version: 1.7.6.2
This looks like an excellent little app but I have a small problem in that the menubar that appears immediately above the active window (or embedded in the window frame depending on how you have it configured), lags behind by about 2 seconds when you move the window. This is on a quad-core Mac Pro, 12Gb RAM, running S/L 10.6.6. There's also the issue of windows with long titles (such as Firefox) where the menus overlay the window title, making both unreadable. Minor niggles I guess for what is a very clever app.
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4.5
Wa5655
10 January 2011
Version: 1.7.6
very useful with my dual monitor setup.
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Tom-W00t
05 January 2011
Version: 1.6.1
Brief review, This is a very useful app if your workflow involves multiple monitors. In my case, an external monitor attached to a 13' Macbook. Pros: (1) Variety of option to display app menus (on top or inside window title bar, as an extra menubar in your secondary monitor(s). (2) Excellent and responsive support. Cons: (1) Idles at a 10%-14% CPU usage [therefore I only start it when I need it] (2) As the developer warns, it is not compatible with apps that use non-standard window frameworks. Overall: I recommend it if you work with apps scattered across multiple monitors. Performance can suffer a bit for compute intensive tasks because of high CPU usage, but it's not a show stopper. The true value of MenuEverywhere is saving you a LOT of mousing around from monitor to monitor, a big plus when you are interacting a lot with different apps. MenuEverywhere 1.6.1, Snow Leopard 10.6.5 on Macbook first gen Unibody, 4GB RAM, Nvidia 9400M
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5
hisham-khalifa
05 January 2011
Version: 1.6.1
For anyone experiencing flicker on a secondary monitor: Do you have both the window-top horizontal menu bar and the screen top menubar active? If they're, then the window-top bar will interfere with the screentop and cause flicker. If so, move the window down a bit or disable the screentop bar or ignore the window-top bar for the current app. We will improve this behavior soon by making the two bars aware of each other.
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MuchMac
04 January 2011
Version: 1.6.1
So nice to have menu's on my second monitor. This software gives you a lot of options for how you can do that. I recommend watching the screencast on the developer's web site if you want a better sense of everything that this utility can do. There were enough options that it took me three or four minutes of informed trial-and-error to get it configured to behave the way I wanted it to work, but it was worth the time and effort. Hard to comment and rate for stability because this is a recent download. No issues so far and I like that the developer says that this is coded without hacks.
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2.5
bret-3
04 January 2011
Version: 1.6.1
I have two complaints about this download. First, I can't get the product registered with the link that was provided. I have tried following the instructions in the email several times, but have had no luck getting to a screen where I can register the product. Second, the ME bar is flickering on and off all the time and it drives me nuts. It is like having a mini strobe light on my screen. Other than those two complaints, I like the functionality of the app.
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Johane-senrik
31 December 2010
Version: 1.5.5
initially i thought it would be cool to access the menu anywhere, and everywhere i recognized that i cant get over the habit of going to the classic menu bar. if i had like a 40"+ screen, slight chance I might use it, but hey, for a 15' and 17', it's really no hassle for me to reach up to the classic menu bar. one great thing about it is maybe for some, it's the one thing that makes your mac look different from the others.
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22duke
24 December 2010
Version: 1.5.3
has come a long way I purchased a while ago and de-installed it as it did not work to well on my 2 x 27" monitors but now I can add a second top bar like the apple bar on my second monitor and I'm back using it and it's great. two suggestions: 1. make the MenuEverywhere in second top menu a icon takes up to much room written out 2. Make bare behavior same as apple so you can put window behind it at all. Now it will pop back out which is a good move but better would be if you could not put it there in first place. keep up the good work excellent app
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5
Drdul
20 December 2010
Version: 1.5.1
I wrote a review a long time ago when ME was in its infancy, and gave it five stars. Since then a lot of features have been added to ME and it has matured considerably, so it's time for another 5-star review. What prompted me was the addition of a realistic and usable menubar across the top of my second monitor. I use this in addition to the single menu button attached to the windows of selected applications. The beauty is that the secondary menubar only appears when I need it, and it appears for all apps, even ones for which i have chosen not to display the menu button. What a great combination of features!
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Dochoz
18 December 2010
Version: 1.5
It is annoying at times.
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bwahacker
17 December 2010
Version: 1.4.8
This is great work. One suggestion -- if the window in question is on the main monitor and near the top of the main monitor, I don't need the menus to appear. Seems like an obvious preference. I am trying this in conjunction with SecondBar, so it would also be nice to configure a 2nd main monitor as well, even if it was just a hidden preference in the plist. :-) I am going to run this for a few days and see if I use it enough to buy. I think the other comments that it needs to look more Mac-like are spot on. If you added or did what SecondBar does, but did it on all my screens, I'd buy this instantly. I run 4 monitors and SecondBar just puts the menu bar on a 2nd monitor, but not a 3rd and 4th.
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Sparrowhawk
04 December 2010
Version: 1.4.4
Hi, me again. I was just wondering whether you had any plans to make a style option for the secondary bar such that the background colour of the buttons is transparent with no border whatsoever, so that they look like the primary bar, and also when selected the background of that item is deep blue, again just like the primary bar? By the way, great new icon! :)
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Fhall1
17 November 2010
Version: 1.4.2
How come when I use the menu in an app (like Chrome) and say "check for updates" it doesn't do anything? I have to go into applications and run the app (even though it's already running) before it'll actually check.
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Willowdemayo
09 November 2010
Version: 1.3.7.7
Really loving this little app. But the latest update that removed the misplaced menubar repeatedly crashed my Finder and drastically slowed the startup on my machine. Using 10.6.4 on a 3 Ghz iMac. So I've disabled it but am eager to get it back up and running. Thanks.
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Fhall1
08 November 2010
Version: 1.3.7.7
Check for updates using the Mac menu bar icon or the menu pulldown in an app window never works...I have to "run" the app from Applications....any ideas why?
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Sparrowhawk
01 November 2010
Version: 1.3.7.3
Thanks for introducing a secondary window menu bar at the top of the window. A few of requests: - could you offer an option to make it mimic the look and feel of the standard OS X menu bar? I have to be honest and say that the current options jar a little. (incidentally, your style option in prefs is greyed out of window menus are disable, and yet it applies to the top of screen menu bar too. I think the prefs page may need a rejig) - When not hidden, could you make apps that are positioned at the top of the screen push down below it (and resize vertically if necessary to keep all the window on screen, for example if they are maximised) - include the Apple menu if possible In other words, like SecondBar does it. That way I can drop SB and have just ME as my secondary monitor utility rather than a combination of both. Many thanks for your constant improvements of this excellent utility.
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Garyi
01 November 2010
Version: 1.3.7.3
I'm going to give it a longer try but I am struggling with just how busy someone needs to be to not have time to drag their pointer to the top. The primary concern for me is how it looks when you move a window, that there is not a good look.
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Garyi
01 November 2010
Version: 1.3.7.3
Some of these reviews are a bit unreal man, the guy below me has written an entire book about this utility humm.. Long and short is I tried it for around 30 seconds. Nasty.
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James-K-
29 October 2010
Version: 1.3.6.8
I have often wondered if anyone at Apple used a multi-monitor setup. Sure, having the menubar on one screen maximizes the screen real estate of the additional monitors. But you lose a lot of the convenience and simplicity for which Apple is known. I tried SecondBar and DejaMenu. Both are nice applications. DejaMenu hasn't seen an update since 2007. SecondBar is in active development and demonstrates another way of addressing the menubar issue. However, my own impression is that SecondBar doesn't feel as well integrated. I am impressed with Hisham's (Binary Bakery) attention to addressing this issue and his focus on making it as elegant as possible. I am fairly OS agnostic. I use Windows, Linux, and OSX and often experiment with other hobbyist OS platforms. I believe that developers who add functionality to the OS or the window manager on Windows and Linux often have an easier time of it as their interfaces are not held to as high a standard for unity and elegance. MenuEverwhere is a well-integrated solution to the need for additional menu bars. And, it looks nice. So, what are my niggling issues with the program? I want to use the borderless style (I believe it will appear less cluttered) but on my system the borderless buttons are not vertically centered within the menu bar. They appear to float to the top which is a bit jarring on OSX. I'm sure that on Windows or Linux I wouldn't even notice this issue. In the meantime, I'm using the rounded buttons until that (admittedly minor) issue is addressed. Because Adobe adds a number of non-standard controls to their application windows, Adobe Creative Suite requires activating the menu via a hotkey. I don't mind this. In fact, I appreciate the work around as it seems to lend itself better to my workflow while doing design. I often use my Adobe CS5 software on a large external monitor and need access to the menu bar. It's nice that I don't have to leave the work area to access the menu bar. The window-integrated menubar menus can be pretty slow to appear in some applications (the "Bundles" menu in Textmate, for instance). Sometimes menu items in the window-integrated menubar are grayed-out that are otherwise accessible through the regular menubar (again, Textmate is where I noticed this). I suspect that these issues are fairly application specific and probably not common as I haven't observed the issues in many other applications, yet. Each of these issues are minor. In the case of Adobe CS5 I actually prefer the hotkey access to the standard menubar as it is such a nice complement to the contextual menus Adobe already implements. Binary Bakery's MenuEverywhere addresses one of the most annoying issues with using a dual/multi-monitor setup on OSX. It is one of those small things that can make a big difference in helping you get your work done. I've only used it for a short time but I decided to purchase it this morning. Hisham, thank you for continuing to work on this utility.
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OhEssex
20 October 2010
Version: 1.3.6.7
Holy Smoke I've never seen such a responsive developer! He answers emails promptly, accepts suggestions and criticisms graciously, and best of all takes these inputs and turns them into working code usually within a day or two. I have two external monitors connected to my MacBook Pro and this software is a total godsend. No more racking up the mouse miles constantly traveling to that distant menubar about 3 feet away. This functionality needs to be in OS X!
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Whenindoubtshout
15 October 2010
Version: 1.3.6.5
I like this: best enhancement I've found so far for the two-monitor user. And unlike like most screen-productivity apps, which typically promise much, look smart, wow you with a couple of snazzy tricks, then crash and burn taking the OS and a couple of hours of your time with them, THIS ONE ACTUALLY WORKS. MenuEverywhere follows your windows around like a faithful spaniel - a little slow off the mark but never far behind and just where it's supposed to be when you need it. And so far it hasn't crashed or misbehaved once. It could be prettier, I guess, and like everyone else I'd like the second-screen top menu bar (promised by BinaryBakery - I'd like a second screen dock, too, of course - but then, I'd like my iPhone 4 to have the same network coverage as the cheapest Nokia - a man can dream!). Takes a day or two to get used to and adjust to your liking, but worth the persistence. Very good value, very handy.
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22duke
10 October 2010
Version: 1.3.6.3
used it for a couple of days and disabled it again as it becomes to messy for me (if you display on top of window it's kind of confusing I initially like the feature where it show on menu bar but got to often caught with activating menu when actually trying to move window. So I'm waiting for implementation that I just can replicate apples top menu on my second 27" monitor then it will be a treat and gladly use it again. For the cheap price I do not regret buying it.
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Limasign
16 September 2010
Version: 1.3.1
I've used the trial for about 2 weeks, when at first sight the trial info seemed a bit annoying. But having bought this small and really NOT pricey app, I got just addicted to it: I got 2 screens at work on my laptop, and just itself at home, but I really like it for the shortcut. I've set it to "ctrl-z" to invoke MenuEverywhere just by thinking of it (LOL, not really), and it helps me everywhere, not just on 2 screens! Now, while using Zooom2 & MenuEverwhere, window AND menu handling becomes so more direct! short: I LOVE it.
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Fishscale
13 August 2010
Version: 1.0.8
I bought this application and emailed the developer asking for the feature to disable the menu from the screen since I use the hotkey only. I received an email containing a version of MenuEverywhere that fit my needs until a new version would be released as he had other features he wanted to add before releasing an update. The official update came one day later and here it is. This is a great app with a great proactive developer behind it. I would recommend this app to everyone. It's a life saver. I can't say enough about how great an app this is and how great the customer service is. The app is lightweight, taking up nearly no system resources and has many different ways of accessing the menu. I would download this and give it a try. Definitely worth the $7. An os x app that is finally priced right. Most dev's imo figure if you can afford a mac you can afford their $40-$50 one trick pony. Definitely worth the download and if you have a request, the dev is super helpful as I mentioned. Five stars from me!
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Drdul
13 August 2010
Version: 1.0.8
With version 1.08, the Menu button now looks really good!
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Drdul
10 August 2010
Version: 1.0.4
Thanks for the new options to keep the menu button visible at all times and park it to the right of the zoom button. I downloaded the new version and bought a licence right away. MenuEverywhere has become indispensable to me, and IMO is well worth the $7. It's not quite perfect, however. When the menu button is set to the right of the zoom button, there's no need for a drop shadow, which only makes it look weird. Even better would be to lose the button appearance altogether, and just have the word "Menu" appear in gray (to match the gray used for the window title).
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Sgginc
06 August 2010
Version: 1.0
Great idea!! Doesn't play well with Unsanity's Xounds: Lots of beeping when selecting menus. Or Xounds doesn't play well with MenuEverywhere... Too bad I'm addicted to beeps. Maybe it will be corrected later. Thanks ... Ken
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hisham-khalifa
05 August 2010
Version: 1.0
We've updated the link to the Universal 64/32-bit binary. Please re-download. For those looking for a slimmer 64-bit version, you'll find it on our web page.
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Drdul
05 August 2010
Version: 1.0
I like this. Yes, it needs some tweaks, like the problem Sparrowhawk refers to with windows at the top of the screen. It also doesn't activate if windows are pushed up against the menubar (hey, I'm using dual 30-inch monitors, so even if the window is on the main screen it can still sometimes be a long haul to the top left corner of the screen). I use Deja Menu and have tried Secondbar, but prefer MenuEverywhere. It can be activated with a mouse, whereas Deja Menu works only with a keyboard hotkey (I've tried assigning it to an extra mouse button, but it's still awkward). It doesn't take up any screen real estate when it's not needed, and when it is needed it appears where it's needed. My only real complaint is that I find the method of activating MenuEverywhere introduces some delay into the process, trying to hit the right spot and waiting for the menu to appear. Would it be possible to overlay a MenuEverywhere button on each window, just to the right of the red circle? That would not only make it easier and faster to hit the target, but would also avoid problems with the window at the top of the screen or up against the menubar. With an improvement in usability like this, I will happily purchase MenuEverywhere.
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Tlance
05 August 2010
Version: 1.0
DejaMenu is a good alternative but if you want a mousing only option ME is best. Yes, DM can have a button set but if your mouse has limited buttons ...
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Sparrowhawk
05 August 2010
Version: 1.0
Finally, I've been waiting for something like this on Snow Leopard for ages. I used to use something similar on Panther, way back when, but had not seen anything else until now. Four stars only so far because: a) I'd like the option for the top level menus to appear horizontally across the top of the window, rather than having to click on Menu, then the menu I wanted b) if the window you want to get the menu for is at the very top of the screen, ME opens upwards rather than offsetting downwards, so that you cannot see the menu button. Clicking on the thin bottom border which is still visible leads to the menu opening in the primary display rather than the secondary display. I'm hope the author will address this in an upcoming version I've bought my version already - I suspect it will pay for itself in increased productivity (I have a very wide secondary monitor, so moving across to the primary every time I wanted to click a menu was getting tiresome!) I am still waiting for somebody to write an app that mirrors the menu bar at the top of an external monitor
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Krystof-Vasa
05 August 2010
Version: 1.0
Please, update the app with a 32/64-bit universal binary. Some of us still don't have 64-bit computers.
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