From Wolfgang Weber:
CustomMenu lets you build your own global menu containing your favorite apps, files and folders. Once created, you can easily open apps and files or browse folders and access their contents from any app with your CustomMenu.
An OS X Dock usually contains running apps, often used apps, files, folders, and minimized windows. By adding items to CustomMenu instead to your dock, you can keep your dock clean and clear but still have them instantly and systemwide accessible.
What's new in this version:
- CustomMenu now requires 10.8 or later.
- Customizable menu title abbreviation.
- Customizable hotkey to show your custom menu.
- You can now use either left or right-click to open the menu.
- Other minor tweaks and enhancements.
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