MenuEverywhere makes the menubarâs menus accessible from any window on any screen.
MenuEverywhere was made to fulfill the need for better accessibility to menu items when using more than one display or a very large monitor.
By simply providing an application's menu on any of its windows and on any screen, MenuEverywhere gives you immediate access to the most familiar way of commanding programs: menu selections. There is no need to fumble around trying to figure out and remember keyboard shortcuts; the menus always right their by your side, at your beck and call. What's more, since the menu is in the immediate vicinity of the currently active window, you never need to shift your focus from your work to another area of the screen or another display.
Accessing the Menu
The first way is via a horizontal menubar with all the menu buttons showing. The menubar is added to the currently active window. Any menu button that exceeds the width of the window is shown in a pop-up button added to the end of the horizontal menubar. The menubar may be set to the right of the green zoom button or above the windowâs frame.
The second way is with a 'Menu' button. The button can be optionally made to appear only when the mouse is over it so as not to take any screen real estate. Its position can be set above the traffic light controls or to the right of the green zoom button.
The third way is using a hotkey, popping up the menu at the current mouse location.
The fourth way is using a screen-top menu bar on all non-primary screens. The menu bar can be auto hidden.