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NSStatusItem to be always left?

I'm working on an app that displays certain information on the status menu, and I was wondering if there's any Cocoa API that can make my NSStatusItem always placed on the most-left, no matter when it's started or if other apps are started after it.

NSStatusBar *bar = [NSStatusBar systemStatusBar]; barItem = [[bar statusItemWithLength:NSVariableStatusItemLength] retain]; 


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