By Binary Bakery
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The No. 1 Rated Menu Selection Utility
WINNER OF MACWORLD'S 2010 MAC GEM OF THE YEAR AWARD!
MenuPop pops up an application's menu using a hot key or a mouse button right by your mouse cursor.
SELECTED NEW & NOTEWORTHY BY APPLE in 90 COUNTRIES!
TOP 50 PAID PRODUCTIVITY APP IN OVER 35 COUNTRIES!
"Simply put, MenuPop is a standout system add-on that’s claimed a place among my login items," -Dan Frakes, Macworld. Rated 4.5/5.0 mice.
*******Rated 4.5/5.0 stars by MacUpdate users!*******
Note: You can access the preferences for this application using the icon it places on the menu bar (the little red bottle cap) or by relaunching it.
WHY USE IT?
If you’ve got a large monitor, Wacom Cintiq or a dual or multi-monitor setup, then MenuPop will eliminate the frustration of having to reach out for the menu bar and losing focus on your work.
Give your wrist a rest! Help fend off RSI and other complications by having ON THE SPOT ACCESS to the menu bar.
1- User-selectable menu item font sizes from small to super large.
2- User-selectable hot key combination and, optionally, a non left/right mouse button (use a free app called Magic Prefs to create a middle mouse button for your Apple Magic Mouse or Magic Trackpad)
3- Fold/unfold alternate menu items (such as Shut Down... and Shut Down).
4- Selectable menus to show: Apple menu and currently focused application's menu.
5- Showing shortcuts is optional.
6- Works with almost any application!
What's New in Version 1.5
Over 50,000 downloads. Thanks for your support!
[NEW] Option to disable the MenuPop menu item.
[FIX] Fixed menu anomalies for Papers app.
Clever, but buggy
I regularly have to restart MenuPop. The menus always appear, but after a while you can't click on entries in the menus, be they submenus or actual actions. It also loses a star because it simply doesn't work usefully with a keyboard. You can press a letter to highlight a particular item, but only the very first menu entry that starts with that letter (eg if you have "Arrange", "Actions" menus, then hitting 'A' will only ever highlight "Arrange").
Just buy it. It should be built in. You will not regret it.
I have been using MenuPop for the last few days, and it has been awesome. I have dual displays and the ability to not have to go to the menu bar to click on something is a life saver. Thank you for saving me time!
This was a great tool for me, but it would sometimes fail on Photoshop. I never figured out why it would fail, but it would fail in at least three of the Macs I have access to. Great app, otherwise.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Jan 19, 2012
- Version: 1.5
- Size: 0.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Hisham Khalifa
- © 2010-2012 Binary Bakery/Hisham Khalifa
Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later