AliasMenu 3.0 released for OS X

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Benoit Widemann has released AliasMenu 3.0 for Mac OS X, a new version of the utility that enables you to add menus to the menu bar. It works by correlating menus to folders and their contents.

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Rewritten from the ground up for Mac OS X, AliasMenu 3.0 is Jaguar compatible, and works downward to Mac OS X 10.1 as well. AliasMenu menus can be mixed with Apple's system menus; Function keys are now supported for keyboard shortcuts; horizontal space between menus is preference-controlled; icons in menu items can be set in any size up to 128 pixels; hierarchical menus are supported; and much more.

AliasMenu costs US$25 to register, and it is distributed as shareware. Upgrades from version 2 cost $15, and recent purchasers can use AliasMenu 3 for free. More details and download links are available from the Web site.

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