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A easy way to manage the status menus in Mac OS X.

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  • dacbarbos
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    Very useful. Thanks! Suggestions: 1) add current version on about tab; 2) add update check or auto update;

    Posted 03/07/2013
  • avatar139
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    Awesome addition to the Oracle VirtualBox VM application! My thanks to all those who participated and contributed to this project as VirtualBox is (IMHO) the best means out there for using Virtual Machines! This is a great little timesaver not just for power users of VB such as myself, but also for everyday casual users who just want to quickly get in and out of their virtual machine (which I suppose is the next best thing to not using it at all if you're being forced to use a Windows client on it :). The ease of installation and use is such that you don't have to be a guru of any kind to run it, which is more than be said for the vast majority of hosted projects on SF! I'll definitely be recommending this addition to people in the future! Major Kudos in order for a project so awesome it actually got me to come back to the project page and submit my first SF project review!

    Posted 06/16/2010
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Additional Project Details

Languages

Dutch, English

Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Cocoa (MacOS X)

Programming Language

C, Objective C

Registered

2010-06-12
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