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Menu Master 1.4, ClearDock 1.4 Updated With Universal Binaries

Menu Master 1.4, ClearDock 1.4 Updated With Universal Binaries

by , 4:45 PM EDT, June 1st, 2006

Unsanity on Thursday released Universal Binary updates to its Menu Master and ClearDock utilities. Other changes to Menu Master 1.4 include bug fixes, an automatic updater, and a Menu Accelerator feature that lists all of an application's menu items in one window. Mac OS X v10.2 support was also dropped.

Menu Master enables users to change or remove menu shortcut keys for any application. It's US$10 and requires Mac OS X v10.3.

ClearDock, which is free, removes the Dock's semi-transparent white background or changes it to another color. It can also be used to change the colors of application triangles. It also requires Mac OS X v10.3.

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