Mac OS X’s built-in
Third party Services plug-ins offer even more options.
Peter Maurer, creator of
My Services menu is clogged with services from old deleted apps and functions that I will never use. With Service Scrubber I can restructure the menu, change the
Service Scrubber is donation-ware and available from Peter’s web site.
UPDATE: As Marc Bizer points out in the comments, you can also use Service Manager, a third-party System Preference plug-in from Blacktree, to manage your services menu, although it has slightly fewer features.
UPDATE: (23 December 2005) Peter has released an updated version of the app (1.1) that finds system-owned services more easily and has some additional features.
- Service Scrubber 1.1.1
- Service to add a contact to Address Book
- MappingService: Maps in a flash in any app
- TextExpander: Textpander makes good
- Restore Leopard Address Book’s power to dial and text
Tags: keyboard shortcuts, mail.app, Productivity, Services, Textpander