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McBar

author alang

McBar

McBar gives Windows users the usability of Apple Macintosh’s window menu. It is created not to just mimic the Mac’s features, but to increase the whole usability of Windows system.

Main Features

* Monitoring of active window and displaying its caption
* Capturing the active window’s main menu and displaying it on the bar
* Capturing the active window’s system menu and attaching it to windows caption on the bar
* Simple skinning (see Note section of this readme)
* Transparency (I don’t think someone will need this, but …)
* Option to show or hide Windows’ menu accelerator char (displayed as underscored char) for the top level of captured main menu
* Option to draw separators in MacOSX style (just blank line) instead of Windows standard.
* Context menu to close McBar (oh, God, finally!)
* Optional task switching in System Menu
* Optional window controllers in System Menu
* Compatibility with Y’z Shadow
* McMenu
* Option to read app caption from ProductName parameter of version resource of app’s exe (makes app names shorter, in most cases)
* Skin option to draw “shadows” under the active app caption.
* Highly experimental and buggy option to hide original window menus (you asked, guys)

Developer : RIMMER
Version : 0.0.1.36
Filesize : 231KB

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15 Comments »

Comment by kimn on 2006-09-03 17:02:15
 
Comment by Del Torres on 2006-12-12 14:05:41

Antivir found following trojan
TR/Spy.Delf.CB.4

 
Comment by Jake Moore on 2006-12-14 00:53:30

Yep, has a trojan in it.

Trojan-Spy.Win32.Delf.cb

 
Comment by marc on 2006-12-24 16:59:55

Found trojan, take this download off or replace it cos it’s a great idea!

 
Comment by Stitch on 2006-12-28 22:07:21

still that stupid trojan inside :( pls check first your file before you upload it to the public worldwide…

 
Comment by 7031 on 2007-01-30 18:54:16

There is a good chance there is no trojan inside. It is often just anti virus software messing up because the application code is similar to a viruses.

 
Comment by celldrifter on 2007-03-03 04:14:48

Trojan.PWS.Wexd still in here…. I won’t knowingly install something that comes up with a virus in it. Please fix it. It seems pretty sweet.

 
Comment by grim on 2007-03-29 04:22:07

“mcbrhook” trojan i got

 
Comment by anger2headshot on 2007-04-23 17:11:37

RIMMER posted this on Aqua-Soft:
“There was also post from svnk about the same problem.
Yes, most antiviruses treat mcbrhook.dll as a trojan. But it is NOT a trojan. For those who doesn’t believe me still, I can provide a source code - compile it by yourself, you’ll get the same thing.
Th? main reason why AVs treat hook as a virus may be similarity of my hook to recent trojans, which hook the creation of new windows, find their executable module path and do something to window (in some cases the same hooks CLOSE the AV windows or the TaskMan).”

 
Comment by fyton5 on 2007-05-09 01:21:24

jep… my avg found a trojan also :(

 
Comment by Jordan on 2007-06-09 04:19:23

AVG spotted a trojan. I dout that there really is one though.

~Jordan

 
Comment by Josh on 2007-07-31 23:48:26

AVG, McAfee, Norton, Nod32 and CA all said it had a trojan. Why would they all lie??

 
Comment by COlin on 2007-08-03 03:32:08

Because AV software all have a little bit of common code. Why don’t you try out the software and see if it really hurts your computer? I’m about to try it now.

 
Comment by AbstauBaer on 2007-08-29 22:52:43

Hmmm, Avast telling me there’s a Trojan inside?

 
Comment by OMG on 2008-02-15 12:32:26

ppl plz stop being idiots it fucking monitor and execute on it own that more like A VIRUS BEHAVIOR BUT its NOT a VIRUS!!!!
u wanna use it then download it it not harmful if u dont trust the author then simple F*** OFF!!

 
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