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Bobbyjune@gmail.com reviewed on 13 Apr 2014
Imagine how many more packages you would sell if it were $5....or $1!
[Version 1.1.10]




Bobbyjune@gmail.com rated on 18 Jun 2013
[Version 14.0]



burypromote
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Bobbyjune@gmail.com reviewed on 01 Nov 2010
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!
[Version 2.0.1]



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