How to Deactivate Top Menu Hiding without MagicMenu?
I enabled Magic Menu when I had Snow Leopard and activated it on one program. Then I updated my system to Lion and want to turn off the hiding that happens on the app, but can't run the uninstall (since MM doesn't work in Lion). Is there another way to uninstall it without having to downgrade my entire system to Snow Leopard (if that's even possible, which I don't want to do anyway)?
Probably the easiest way is to reinstall the program in question.
But if you can't reinstall the program, then you will have to change its behavior manually. Read through the "Related Links" on the main MagicMenu page to understand what MagicMenu does for you automatically. Then manually change the program settings.
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