Version: 1.0.1 || Release Date: 2008-01-17 || License: Freeware Developer: Patrick Mosby | App Owner: halbtuerke

CURMB stands for "See Your Menubar" and is a little OS X Application that makes using the menubar on a small screen e.g. 12" and 13" enjoyable.

The original idea came from an application called "lilill" but since there was just a PPC Version available I made my own little application which runs on both PPC and Intel.

When you make CURMB the active application, all you see is its name. There are no menus so there is enough space to see all those extra menubar icons which were hidden behind application menus (have a look at the screenshots).

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Welcome to the Menu Bar. And time to rave about it's current state.
Apple has tried to rescue the menu bar from Applications with the introduction of OS X. They introduced little apps for the dock, like a Battery-Meter and a clock, but apparently they never caught on with neither users nor developers. Although menu bar items were officially depreciated in Apples interface guidelines, we are getting more and more of these every day. Bugger!

So, on my little MacBook, I can't see all the interessting/funny/informational/ stuff, that's in my menu bar, because there ist just not enough space.

Anyway, this little application is like a soothing patch for your sore eyes.
It soothes the pain and makes it easier to klick this little checkbox "Show in Menu Bar", that almost every little app comes with.

Thanks Patrick.