No Menu
No Menu
1.0

5.0

No Menu free download for Mac

No Menu

1.0
10 March 2011

Free up space on your menu bar.

Overview

No Menu is a innovative new way to free up space in your menu bar so you can enjoy your menu-bar applications. To do this it removes all of the extra menu items when the app is selected. This frees up space for your menu bar apps like Translator Free, or Twitter for Mac.

It uses the latest technologies, and is 64-bit. That means that you can use this app for many years to come. And best of all, it is only $0.99!

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truthhurts
10 March 2011

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Something here sounds wrong - is this just an app that happens to have no menu bar? That won't do anything to "hide excessive menus". Yet another example of the App Store becoming a sewer of poorly written crap. Most top tier programs aren't on the App Store because of one restriction or another.
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Version 1.0
labjerk
14 March 2011
Why not use menuola? http://www.geocom.co.nz/programs Hate to divert potential customers to a free product, but does seem like the functionality is basic enough it's sorta pushy to charge for it. How about asking for donation instead?
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Version 1.0
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PorkPieHat
PorkPieHat
16 March 2011
Indeed, Menuola is far better than this, and FREE-er.
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Sas71
10 March 2011
Would love to use it (cracking functionality by the looks of it) but alas the system requirements (64bit, Intel only, 10.6.6+) are harsh. Then I discovered this AWESOME trick: Go to Applications and start Chess.app. Ok, it's not as slick as this app but you can actually play chess while you use it's true purpose of Freeing Up Your Menu Bar Almost All The Way To The Apple Menu. I can't believe I actually logged in to post this...
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Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
Padinc
Padinc
11 March 2011
No, it is not cracking that makes this work. All it is is the hiding of the other menus (File, etc.). This is just a bit of work in Xcode 4.
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Padinc
Padinc
11 March 2011
We have lowered the requirements on your request. The requirements were set to where they were at because of the Mac App Store.
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Mac007
Mac007
01 July 2011
That only works when you're in Chess. Once you switch to another app you're stuck with the same problem.
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Alexiusca
10 March 2011
You've got to be kidding me.
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Version 1.0
truthhurts
10 March 2011
Something here sounds wrong - is this just an app that happens to have no menu bar? That won't do anything to "hide excessive menus". Yet another example of the App Store becoming a sewer of poorly written crap. Most top tier programs aren't on the App Store because of one restriction or another.
Like (5)
Version 1.0
2 answer(s)
truthhurts
truthhurts
10 March 2011
Heh, nevermind - it's not on the App Store, as I assumed from the $0.99 price. It was rejected from the App Store for insufficient functionality. Bravo Apple. Take a hint, Allen.
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Padinc
Padinc
11 March 2011
Just so you know I am working on a feature called modules. It allows for small applets like Note that auto-save as you type. However, this feature requires Mac OS X Lion.
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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