A new version (4.2) of BeHierarchic, the utility that displays submenus for items located in the Apple Menu Items, offers compatibility with the Classic environment under Mac OS X.
Before the update, BeHierarchic submenu appeared clipped on Mac OS X. That’s been fixed. As of version 4.2, documentation is now built-in with Balloon Help; the maximum number of recent tracking has been increased from 63 to 255; and using the Finder, you can now assign custom icons on the BeHierarchic recent server, recent applications, recent folders, and recent items of the Apple Menu.
BeHierarchic 4.2 is compatible with Glidel and resolves a conflict with FaxSTF Pro and the Fax Assistant Menu in the Apple Menu.
If you’re not familiar with BeHierarchic — a US$10 shareware app from
Fabien Octave — it lets you display submenus for each folder, folder alias, or server alias located into your Apple Menu Folder. BeHierarchic 4.2 supports any Macintosh model running Mac OS 8.1 up to and including Mac OS 9.1 and also runs in Mac OS X compatibility environment.
download BeHierarchic 4.2 (a 300k file) at the product Web site.