Proteron LLC has released an update for MaxMenus, bringing it to version 1.1 MaxMenus is an OS X utility designed for custom menu displays. The update features drag-and-drop support and fixes all reported bug issues. According to Proteron LLC:
Proteron LLC today announced availability of the first significant update to its Mac OS X utility MaxMenus. The system enhancing software which adds powerful, flexible menus to the OS X user interface in a manner harkening back to legacy OS 9 products such as Now Menus and ACTION Menus.
MaxMenus, which is exclusively available for Appleis Mac OS X, adds powerful and customizable menus to any display. The menus simplify the launching and managing of applications, documents, volumes, preferences, recent items, photos, music playlists and much more.
The 1.1 update to MaxMenus fixes every bug identified in previous versions, and sports several new features. An area of focus for the 1.1 update was improving drag-and-drop functionality. MaxMenus now supports dropping into menus invoked with a hot-key, and "grabbing", the ability to start a drag with an item in a menu. The update also improves its Dock enhancing features.
You can find more information about the MaxMenus update at the Proteron LLC Web site. MaxMenus 1.1 is available for US$29.95.