Bartender lets you organize your menu bar apps.
- Lets you tidy your menu bar apps how you want.
- See your menu bar apps when you want.
- Hide the apps you need to run, but do not need to see.
- Have the clean looking menu bar you want.
- Rearrange your menu bar items as you wish.
Bartender lets you organize your menu bar apps, by hiding them, rearranging them, or moving them to Bartender’s Bar. You can display the full menu bar, set options to have menu bar items show in the menu bar when they have updated, or have them always visible in Bartender’s Bar.
- Bartender 1.2.27 Test Build would break for people who had used the 1.2.25 or 1.2.26 Test Builds, this release fixes this.
- Added accessibility help description to the Bartender Preferences Button in the Bartender Bar to help find the items in the Bartender Bar via the keyboard. To access the Bartender Bar items after displaying the Bartender Bar they appear alongside other menu items accessed via VO-M-M.
- If you are running OS X 10.10 Yosemite and have a multi-screen setup with "screens have separate spaces" enabled, you will notice a flickering/corruption of the menu bar icons when changing from one display to another, this appears to be a Yosemite issue we hope will be fixed soon, in the meantime we are still looking into what we can do to improve this.
- Previously Bartender disabled Accessibility access to the System Items and navigation via keyboard; this has been fixed.Previously Bartender disabled AppleScript access to the System Items; this has been fixed.
- Bartender now works around an issue in OS X 10.10 Yosemite that could cause unbalanced UI updates with Bartender.
- Fixed remaining issues with rearranging items in multi-screen setup.
- With some multi-screen setups, Bartender could display partially down the screen. This has been fixed.
- When switching from a retina screen to a non-retina screen the size of the rendered menu item changes, this would cause Bartender to show it as an update, this has been fixed.
- If Bartender was running when applying the license it was possible to lockup Bartender, this has been fixed.
- With version 1.2.25 a change to improve OS X 10.10 Yosemite support, caused Notification Center to not maintain its position in previous OS X releases. This has been fixed. And now should restore its previous position. If it is still in the wrong position you can ⌘+drag it to the correct position and it should then stay there.
- With the previous version a change to improve OS X 10.10 Yosemite support, caused Notification Center to not maintain its position in previous OS X releases. This has been fixed.
OS X 10.6 or later