From Adam Warski:
Menu Browser is a small utility program which lets you quickly and easily browse and open your files and folders, without distracting you from your current tasks. The menu resides in the upper-right corner of the screen, so it's always easy to access. You can also bring it up using a hot key, allowing for a keyboard-only navigation. Features include:
- choose any folders to display in the menu
- assign any hotkey to the menu
- folder actions, which enable you to open your folders using Finder, Terminal, iTerm or any custom action specified with an Apple Script
- file actions, with which you can open a file with any application, send it as a Mail attachment or execute any custom action
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