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How do I edit a secondary click drop-down menu? I seem to remember doing something like that a while ago, but not sure if it was, in fact, in OSX or Linux ...

Specifically, I want to get rid of Tags, that I never use, so that Services, which I do use often, won't have to be in a secondary drop-down - these used to be in the main section, and I think Monospace addition pushed them into a subsection:



If it is not possible to remove the Tags part, just eliminating the extra step to get to Services would be great - is there a limit / numerical value on either the overall size of drop-down, or a number of items, triggering a secondary menu / subsection?

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Temporary resolved by a somewhat drastic measure - removal of Monosnap:




To be perfectly honest, I found it (Monosnap) a bit of a busybody - trying to get everywhere and do everything, most of which, I have other ways to achieve already ... I have a natural aversion to apps like that, perhaps from my Linux days, so not a great loss.

Would still like to be able to edit the menu and change the number of items, which triggers the subsection, and/or overall size of the drop-down window

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As you have already divined, the "Services" options become an extra step if you have 5 or more. I wish there was a way to clean up some of the others (I don't have a need for Tags), but there is none that I'm aware of. Even if there was, that would have no effect on the "Services" section at the bottom.

BTW... I freakin' LOVE Tripping the Rift! Long before it got picked up and made as a series.
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BTW... I freakin' LOVE Tripping the Rift! Long before it got picked up and made as a series.


Yeah, great stuff, was very happy when all three seasons came up on iTunes.

The movie was a bit of a disappointment though - just a collection of season three episodes.

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Yeah, great stuff, was very happy when all three seasons came up on iTunes.

The movie was a bit of a disappointment though - just a collection of season three episodes.
I only caught a couple of the series episodes early on... I'll be rectifying that via Netflix (just added to my queue).

You wouldn't happen to know if there is a good copy of the original public short available, do you? The copy I have is only 352x240 in resolution.
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I only caught a couple of the series episodes early on... I'll be rectifying that via Netflix (just added to my queue).

You wouldn't happen to know if there is a good copy of the original public short available, do you? The copy I have is only 352x240 in resolution.
Never seen it and would love to ... I only have the 39 episodes of the three series, bought a 'Tripping the Rift - The Movie' DVD a while ago, but there was nothing new, so eBayed it ... I only caught the whole thing by chance really - it wasn't aired in the UK, as far as I know. I watched about half-a-dozen episodes of the first season in the Bahamas, in 2004 I think. It's not even available on the UK iTunes Store - too politically incorrect, I'm sure.

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