Like a giggling toddler filling a glass of milk, Mac OSX will blissfully stuff unlimited icons into the menu, with not a care in the world about usability or aesthetics (which is typical for OSX). Like so much basic functionality in OSX, third party tools must be written to fix these issue. While there are many (paid!?) utilities that fix this problem, the open source and free Dozer does it best.

Dozer is very simple to use, does one job and does it very well, and is regularly updated. The available settings are well thought out with no extraneous or confusing settings:

Check out Dozer’s github page, or install with homebew:

brew install --cask dozer

If only everything could be this easy!