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Hi there

I'm wondering if there is a hack to centre the menubar on the 27" imac.

by that i mean, its over on the left.... but its kinda out of the way given how big the screen is

i find i tend to space things out in the middle of the screen...

going up over the left for menu stuff... while its not impossible, it would certainly be more economical if i could just click from the centre of the top of the screen

get what i mean?

here's a quick mock up:


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