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How to Drop Application Onto MagicMenu?

Hi Chieh, I am running the latest version of snow leopard and am struggling to get this to work. I have managed to hide the Finder menu but say I am in safari I cant understand how I drop the application onto the utility, could you please explain. I am specifially interested in using this during screen sharing, is this part of osx supported?

Sun, 06 Jun 2010 21:01:28 +0000

Ok. So it sounds like you want to make the Safari top menu bar auto-hide. To do that, open up the "Applications" folder in Finder. Drag the "Safari" icon from the "Applications" folder and drop it onto "MagicMenu On". Restart Safari and the top menu bar should now auto-hide.

Chieh Cheng
Mon, 07 Jun 2010 16:40:32 +0000

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