By Milch im Gemüsefach
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Display Menu shows a status item in your menu bar that lets you change your display settings with a single click.
Depending on your display setup, you can set the screen resolution, toggle mirroring, and adjust the refresh rates.
You can enable additional features like Retina resolutions (on Retina Displays), AppleScript support, and resolution bookmarks as a paid upgrade.
What's New in Version 2.2.3
Version 2.2.3 added access to our FAQ to Display Menu and fixed some minor issues.
If you have feature requests or if you find any bugs, please report them to us via our website or Twitter @DisplayMenu.
If you happen to like Display Menu, please leave a positive review on the App Store!
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With version 2.0 we have added a number of great new features to our Display Menu software! From the large collection of emails we have received from you over the last year, we have distilled the three most wanted and, hopefully, most useful bits of added functionality and implemented them. While we are pretty happy how the new features have turned out, it was still a lot of work: apart from solving a number of technical difficulties, we went through a long design process to include the new functionality but, at the same time, keep Display Menu's UI streamlined and uncluttered. This is also the reason why we decided to bundle the *new* features only with the new 'Pro' version of Display Menu. The basic free version of version 2.0 still contains all the features from version 1.4; the Pro version is a paid upgrade that you can purchase from within the App.
Consider it a “pro version” donation
Bought this to change default display resolution of my headless Mac server. It allowed me to up the tiny 1200x960 to a maximun of 1920x1080. However prior to removing the physical monitor, I was running it at 2560x1440 so I “upgraded” to the pro version with the promise of a greater choice of resolutions. Sadly I did NOT get any additional resolutions and am still stuck at a max resolution of 1920. Oh well, I guess the “pro” upgrade was a bust and I will consider it a donation to the programmer for letting me use the non-pro version.
Does what it advertises
Display Menu works as advertised ...
That's good enough in my book ... very useful across iMac and MacBook Pro platforms.