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I've written some apps on Windows that need to be ported to OS X. What's the equivalent of FindWindow to get a window handle, and then InsertMenuItem to alter any running application's menus? I'd like to use Mono if possible, but Java is a possibility as well. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks -- Paul
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