MagicMenu: Change Log
The first release of MagicMenu, which enables auto-hide of Mac OS X's top menu bar for individual applications (including the Finder). A drag-and-drop interface is provide so that youc an drop any number of applications to turn auto-hide on or off. Three utilities are included: MagicMenu On, MagicMenu Off, MagicMenu Toggle.
Added three more utilities to provide MagicMenu functionality for the Finder application. The three utilities are "Finder MagicMenu On", "Finder MagicMenu Off", and "Finder MagicMenu Toggle".
The MagicMenu Library has also been expanded to provide more re-use and robustness.
Added a major enhancement to this new release of MagicMenu. The enhancement allowed MagicMenu to enter all sub-folders, therefore, making it really easy for you to turn on MagicMenu for all applications.
Note: It may take MagicMenu a very long time to process everything is the root folder of the drive or the "/Developer" folder is drag and dropped onto its utilities.
Other minor enhancements includes more friend error messages. Such as when you try to execute a drag-and-drop utility by double-clicking it. Or if you drag-and-drop applications onto the Finder MagicMenu utilities.
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