On the road
It’s more often than not that access to a multi monitor setup is a must while developing MenuEverywhere. More so than mere convenience, a secondary display ensures that specific functionality such as the screen top menu bar option works just as it should.
While this is not an issue back at the office, it can be a problem while traveling.
Air Display to the rescue
Coupled with an iPad and a Huawei E5830 “mi-fi” unit, a second display can be added in a cinch with Air Display.
Obviously, video playback on it leaves a lot to be desired, but for purposes of MenuEverywhere functionality testing and dual monitor text editing and browsing, it works really well.