Benoit Widemann has released an update for AliasMenu, bringing it to version 3.1. AliasMenu is a menu bar utility designed for menu management and file launching. The update features improved CPU usage and Panther fixes. According to Benoit Widemann:
Benoit Widemann announced today the immediate availability of AliasMenu 3.1 for Mac OS X. AliasMenu adds user-defined menus to the menu bar. Each menu extra has a corresponding folder and the menu automatically reflects the folderis content.
AliasMenu brings the metaphor of the old Apple menu to new heights, while keeping its intuitive way to organize the menusi contents. Using the Finder, creating aliases and subfolders, adding custom icons, the user takes complete control of the menu bar with unprecedented ease and power.
This new release brings several changes:
- Automatic link with AliasKeys
- Alias icons are now displayed from the original files
- Masking of numeric prefix is now optional
- Needs less CPU
- Problems with Panther are fixed
You can find more information about the AliasMenu update at the Benoit Widemann Web site. The AliasMenu update is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$25.00.