Menu Master is a haxie that allows you to change or remove menu shortcut keys in any application with ease. It takes about 15 seconds to learn how to use Menu Master, and saves you lots of time later because you can use the shortcuts you defined and do not bother remembering which ones the developer of the software invented for you. Additionally, you can set shortcuts to any menu item that had no shortcuts, or remove shortcuts from menu items.
Menu Accelerator is a new feature of Menu Master (for Mac OS X 10.4 and later only) that allows you to see all the enabled menu items for an application in a window. It's extremely helpful for those that use the keyboard for all navigation and don't want to use the mouse to search all the menus for a particular menu item you know the name of but cannot remember what menu it was in.
Assign new shortcut keys to menu items in any application (switch languages quickly with new shortcuts, for example); Redefine existing shortcut keys in the menu items to the ones you like and remember; Remove unwanted shortcut keys (such as Command-K for Block Pop-Up Windows in Safari); Works in all native Mac OS X applications with real menus; Menu Accelerator - access menu items by name without using the mouse. And to save you from reading the manual, here's how you use Menu Master:
Pull down the menu you want to change; Select the menu item you want to redefine shortcut for; Press the new shortcut combination while keeping the menu item selected, or press Delete key to remove a shortcut; That's it! Menu Master will now remember your change and automatically Do It every time you start that application.