Updated: October 27, 2012
License: GPLv3
System requirements: Mac OS X 4
CPU: 64-bit

MenuAndDockless is a SIMBL plugin for OS X 10.7 Lion (and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion) enabling you to choose for every native Cocoa application wether it should show the Menu bar and the Dock or not. In addition you can save the default window size and position, this will also work for multiple display setups, automatically adjust window sizes or center and arrange windows and toggle a fullscreen mode individually for each application by customizable shortcuts or menu items. On smaller screens (on an 11" MacBook Air for example) this often makes much sense because you gain a lot of more free 'space' and it reduces possible distractions and you don't have to manually position windows all over again - one keystroke or click and the window will be adjusted and positioned to the frame you always want it to have… And because under the Finder is now also written in Cocoa MenuAndDockless even works for the Finder (just needs to be restarted once). MenuAndDockless is free and works on every Mac running Lion and above in 64 bit mode and is not rally a hack like other tools - it's just an addition and will not cause any trouble…

New in version 2.0

MenuAndDockless 2.0 is completely rewritten to better work in sandboxed environments and to take advantage of OS X 10.7 Lion and 10.8 Mountain Lion features. I’ve improved the saving and restoring of default window frames and you can now apply own shortcuts (hotkeys) for all actions/menu items.

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