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09 Aug 2013, 17:55
|Clicking in unused menubar does not work|
I have read a thread discussing this issue. Something about menubar translucency...?
I am using FP 2.5 with 10.5.8 on an Intel-Core Duo-based iMac (rev 4,1). Under system preferences, I find no way of toggling menubar translucency. Invoking FinderPop with no visible desktop, therefore, is a pain in the arse. How can I work around this issue?
10 Aug 2013, 14:42
|Re: Clicking in unused menubar does not work|
AFAIK the menubar tranlucency checkbox is here
http://www.cultofmac.com/238807/toggle- ... os-x-tips/
System Preferences -> Desktop & Screen Saver -> "Desktop" tab -> checkbox at bottom of window.
Do you not have that checkbox?
Alternatively, you can make FinderPop treat all RIGHT-CLICKS or CONTROL-CLICKS on the menubar - regardless of location - as "unused" clicks by doing this in the Terminal:
defaults write com.finderpop.finderpop controlClickAnywhereInMenubar true
You will have to logout and re-login again after doing this, but then control-click or right-click anywhere in the menubar should bring up the FP menu...
If you want to remove that setting, do:
defaults delete com.finderpop.finderpop controlClickAnywhereInMenubar
...followed by logout/login.