Bartender 1.2.28 Build 78
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What's new in Bartender 1.2.28 Build 78:
- NEW FEATURES / IMPROVEMENTS:
- Dark mode improvements:
- Updated dark mode settings button. Custom icons now work better in dark mode. NOTE: Custom icons will not invert automatically for dark mode.
- UI Performance improvements:
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- FILE SIZE:
- 4 MB
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- DEVELOPED BY:
- Surtees Studios Ltd
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Forthright software solution for regaining your status bar space
Unfortunately, in some cases, if you are using a large number of menu apps, your status bar can become cluttered, which means that you will spend more time looking for specific tools. Via the Bartender Preferences window, you can choose to hide certain icons altogether, or to send them to the Bartender menu.
This way, you will gain more space on your status bar, and you can decide to keep only the most frequently used applications. In addition, you can choose to hide the Bartender menu and activate it via a hotkey.
Effortlessly manage your status bar menu icons
To get started, you must open the Bartender Preferences window and navigate to the Menu Items panel. Here you will see a list of all the menu items currently active, but also the system items: via the settings panel, you must decide what to do with the menu bar item.
Furthermore, if the Bartender application detects a modification in any of the contained items, it will display a notification. You have the option to decide how long should the message be displayed.
User friendly solution for organizing your status bar menu items
Bartender offers you the possibility to limit the number of items displayed in your status bar to the ones that you are using frequently. At the same time, you have the option to organize the hidden items in an equally easy to access menu that can be either kept on the status bar as a single icon, or activated with an user defined hotkey.
Bartender was reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on December 16th, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.6 or later (Intel only)
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