The shareware developers at Proteron LLC have updated
MaxMenus, a Mac OS X utility, to version 1.1.
The Mac OS X only tool is designed to simplify the locating and launching of applications, documents, volumes, preferences, recent items, photos, music playlists, and more. It comes with several preconfigured menus, but also offers expandability options so users can design and create menus to suit their needs.
The 1.1 update to MaxMenus fixes every bug identified in previous versions, and sports several new features, according to aid Mat Caughron, Proteron’s chief operating officer. For example, one 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, Caughron said.
“MaxMenus was engineered from the ground up for Mac OS,” he added. “It takes full advantage of all of the benefits in OS X with extensive compatibility and absolute stability.
MaxMenus can be purchased and downloaded today from the Proteron Web site. The cost is US$29.95, with volume discounts available.