This tidbit stolen from macfixit.com<br>For what it's worth, I have Stuffit Deluxe with Magic Menu, and it works fine under 10.2.2, including the finder keyboard shortcuts<br><br>StuffIt Magic Menu Mac OS X 10.2.2 disables keyboard shortcut capabilities in the Magic Menu component of StuffIt Deluxe 7.0, according to corroborating reader reports and based on in-house testing. Brent Rossow writes:<br><br>"The update seems to break the keyboard shortcuts provided by StuffIt Deluxe 7.0's Magic Menu feature. Choosing the various options from the menu extra still works, but I can't use the keyboard equivalent in the Finder. For example, before updating to 10.2.2 yesterday I could use command-U to unstuff a file."<br><br>Matthew Covington, Senior Product Manager for StuffIt Deluxe at Aladdin Systems, previously provided MacFixIt with the following advice for properly installing and operating Magic Menu under Mac OS X 10.2.x, which may offer some resolution to users experiencing the problem in Mac OS X 10.2.2:<br><br>"An issue that users are likely to encounter, however, is that Magic Menu won't automatically load after installation on 10.2 and later. Changes to Menu Extras, made by Apple, in Mac OS 10.2 mean that it is necessary for us to load additional resources before the Magic Menu can be displayed. These resources are only available once you have logged out and logged back into your OS X account. Once you log back in you can load Magic Menu by double clicking the MagicMenu.menu file located in your StuffIt Deluxe install folder. Once MagicMenu has been loaded once, it will automatically load at Startup until you choose to unload it. To unload Magic Menu, and prevent it from loading at startup, simply hold down the command key and drag it out of the menu bar...<br><br>[color:red] Kiss My Banana!</font color=red><br>Visit me here!
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I have no problems either!<br><br>I remember reading something by steveg that he was having problems with the Magic Menu after he had first upgraded to Jaguar. <br><br>I did a clean install- this is when I had 6.5- and the contextual menus were not showing up. When I upgraded to 7.0, all functionality came back! No problems here!<br><br><br>[color:red]Hold on...it's time for a</font color=red><br>
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