Menuwhere 2.1.1 is out

Menuwhere 2.1.1 is out today, though it’s nothing to get overly excited about, as it’s a very minor update: The only visible change is in a shortcut key for users on macOS Monterey.

In Monterey, Apple changed the shortcut for Full Screen mode to Function-F, and represents that shortcut with a globe icon (🌐 F) for users with a globe icon on their actual Function keys, and as fn F for all other users.

In Menuwhere, though, the Full Screen shortcut is represented—regardless of what type of actual Function key you have—by a circled F: . You’ll also see a circled letter for any other Function key shortcuts, though we’re only aware of fn F at present.

Why can’t we show you the real keyboard shortcuts for those menu items, as Apple does? Because Apple restricts them to system-provided menus.

Update via the in-app updater, or by downloading a fresh copy of Menuwhere from our web site.

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