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July 20th, 1999

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[1:30 PM]
AliasMenu 2.1 Goes Japanese
The recently released AliasMenu 2.1 has now been released in Japanese. AliasMenu allows users to create their own pulldown menus in the Mac menu bar. When combined with BeHierarchic, AliasMenu allows those menus to be hierarchical. According to the author, Benoît Widemann:

Today Benoît Widemann has announced the Japanese version of AliasMenu 2.1. AliasMenu is a control panel allowing users to add customized menus to the menu bar.

This new version adds a serious feature to AliasMenu: BeHierarchic support. If BeHierarchic 4 is installed, any folder placed in an AliasMenu menu becomes a hierarchical submenu, like in the Apple menu.

A $25 shareware, AliasMenu is available for downloading in English, French and now Japanese. AliasMenu can be freely tried for one month. Update to version 2.1 is free for registered users.

Installing BeHierarchic (version 4.0.1 or more) is necessary to get hierarchical submenus. BeHierarchic is a $10 shareware.

You can download AliasMenu and find more information on the product at the company's web site.
You can download BeHierarchic and find more information on the product at that company's web site.

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